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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



One Hundred and Fifty copies only 
of the Seventh Volume of ''Notes'' to 
the " Visitation of England and Wales,'' 
have been printed at my Private Press. 
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Cnglann am Wales. 



EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP. 



NOTES. 

VOL. 7. 



PRIVATELY PRINTED. 
1907. 



I ' ' 



CONTENTS. 



BOOK-PLATES. 

"Augustus P. Arkwright" ..... . facing page i 

Comber . . . .... . . ,, 112 

Packe ........... 140 



DEEDS. 

PAGE 
Assignment of Stanley's Living by Walter Chaffey to his son Walter, dated 

6 December 1732 . .... . . .99 

Original Deed of Gift of Stanley's Living in the Homage of Westbury, 

Sherborne, dated 26 July 1 704 ... . . .98 

Marriage Settlements between Francis Blackbume and Alice Comber, dated 

27 April 1702 . .... . . .115 

Marriage Settlements between John Chafie and Elizabeth Corben, dated 

7 April 1719 .... .100 



GRANTS OF ARMS, &c. 

Grant of Arms to John Comber, 1571 . . . . . . 114 

Grant of Arms to Frederick Rowland Dicken, 1907 .... 107 

Grant and Confirmation of Arms to the Rev. Edmund Richard Dowdeswell, 

1906 . . .... . . .74 

Confirmation of Arms granted to Christopher and Simon Packe, 1683 . 140 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Fac-simile of Bond dated 20 November 1584, of Thomas Comber 

to Gilbert Gillam ....... after page 118 

Fac-simile of Endorsement of same . . . . . ,, 118 

Fac-simile of Grant dated 9 July 1524, from John Rivers, alias 

Comber, to his son, John Rivers, alias Comber . . . ,, Il8 

View of "The Hill HQU.se, Richmond, Yorkshire" facing page 56 



LETTERS. 

Thomas Comber to his mother, 16 July 1692 . . .116 

Rev. William Comber to John Charles Brooke, 18 April 1775 . . 117 

Bryan I'Anson to William I'Anson, 28 September 1697, 15 June 1699 and 

12 September 1699 . S6, 57 



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PEDIGREES. 






PAGE 




Aldridge 
Alington 
Allenby 
Arkwright 




58 

14 

163 

I 


Cruwys . 
Dendy 
Dick en . 
Dowdeswell 


Barnard 




166 


Foot 


Barnardiston of Bedfordshire 


182 


Hall 


Bamardiston of Brightwell 
Barnardiston of Clare 


179 
187 


Hawksworth 
Heathcote 


Barnardiston of Ketton . 


170 


I'Anson . 


Barnardiston 


of The Ryes 




Meller . 


Sudbury 
Barne 




188 
121 


Newdegate 
Packe 


Barnston 




4 


Parker . 


Chafy . 
Comber . 




93 
108, 113 


Partridge 
Price 


Crisp 




89 


Ramsden 



PAGE 
10 
61 

104 
64 

lOI 

82 
141 

49. 54 
119 

34 
136 

47 
130 

75 
86 



WOODCUTS OF ARMS AND SEALS. 



Aldridge ... 58 

Allenby . . .163 

Alington . . . 14 

Arbuthnot, impaling Hassell 112, 118 
Barne . . . .121 

Blackburne . . no, 115 

Brooks, impaling Heathcote . 156 
Chafy . . • • 95 

Comber . . . 113, 114 

Comber, impaling Coote . in 

Comber ,, Thornton no, 116 
Comber, quartering Thornton . 108 
Cruwys .... 10 

Dendy .... 61 

Dicken . . . .107 

Douglas, impaling Heathcote . 147 
Dowdeswell . . . 64, 74 

Dowdeswell, impaling Blomer . 64 

Dowdeswell ,, Brietzcke 73 

Dowdeswell ,, Codrington 67 

Dowdeswell ,, CuUen . 66 

Dowdeswell ,, Hammond 66 

Dowdeswell, quartering Hammond 67 
Dowdeswell, impaling Pleydell . 64 

Dowdeswell ,, Winnington 64 

Dowdeswell ,, Wymondsall 64 

Drake, impaling Heathcote 152, 153 

Edmonstone ,, Heathcote . 148 
Foot .... loi 
Heathcote . . 141, 144 

Heathcote (i), quartering 2 Daw- 
sonne, 3 Thorpe, 4 Hunger- 
ford, 5 Heytesbury, 6 Hussey, 
7 Peverell, 8 Cornwall, 9 
Cobham, 10 Courtenay, 11 
Sap, 12 Red vers, 13 Redvers 
(ancient), 14 Bellomonte, 
15 Mellent, 16 Cornwall, 
17 Moels, 18 Newmarch, 19 
Burnell, 20 Hersent . 149 



Heathcote, impaling Dawsonne 142, 



Heathcote ,, Eyles 

Heathcote , , Freeman 
Heathcote ,, Holworthy. 

Heathcote ,, Lyell 

Heathcote ,, Manners 

Heathcote ,, Moyer 

Heathcote ,, Parker 149, 

Heathcote ,, Pickering and 

Bullock 
Heathcote ,, Rayner 

Heathcote ,, Smith 

Heathcote ,, Statham 

Heathcote ,, Tollett 

Heathcote ,, Wall and 

Beadon 
I'Anson . 

I'Anson, quartering Barnard 
de Lancy, impaling Heathcote 
Meller . 

Newdegate . . 34 

Newdegate (l), quartering 2 Mai 
mains, 3 Echingham, 4 
Swanland, 5 Backworth, 
6 Samford, 7 Rokesley, 8 
Knowles, 9 Nevill, 10 Nevill, 
n Buhner, 12 Inglebert, 13 
Hilton, 14 Burden, 15 Cres- 
acre, 16 Cradock, 17 Cave, 
18 Gilliott, 19 Fitton, 20 
(?) Bagot 



149 
143 
151 
151 
155 
146 
146 
152 

153 
141 
144 
154 
150 



156 

54 

54 

145 

"9 

38, 39 



Packc 

Parker . 

Partridge 

Price 

Sharland, quarterly 

Trafford, impaling Heathcote 

Whalley ,, Heathcote 



35 
136, 140 

47 
130 

75 

12 

146 

143 



NOTES. 



tatience Holt,= 
dau. of Robert 
Holt of Bolton, 
CO. Lancaster ; 
marr. 31 March 
1755. ist wife. 



Pedigree of Arkwright. 



=Sir Richard Arkwright of Cromford, co. Derby,= 
knight (son of Thomas Arkwright of Preston, co. 
Lancaster) ; born at Preston 23 December, bapt. 
there 31 December 1732; High Sheriff for co. 
Derby 1787; died at his seat at Cromford on 
Friday, 3 August, bur. at Matlock, co. Derby, 
9 August 1792. Will dated 29 July 1792, proved 
4 September 1792 (P.C.C. 458 Fountain). {See 
^^ Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. II., 

page 81.) 



Arkwright. 

[Vol. 7. p. 17.] 



=Margaret Biggens, dau. of 
Samuel Biggensof Penning- 
ton, in Leigh, co. Chester; 
marr. at Leigh 24 March 
1 761; died at Wirksworth, 
CO. Derby, aged 78, 25 
December 181 1, bur. in 
Wirksworth Church. 2nd 
wife. 



Richard Arkwright of Willersley, Matlock, co. Derby ; born= 
at Bolton 19 December 1755, bapt. there 18 January 1756; 
executor to his father's will 4 September 1792; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Derby, High Sheriff 1801 ; died at Willersley, 
CO. Derby, aged 87, on Sunday, 23 April 1843. Will dated 
16 December 1841, proved 24 May 1843, by Robert Arkwright, 
Peter Arkwright and Charles Arkwright, sons, three of the 
executors (P.C.C. 296, 43). {See '' Dictionafj of National 
Biography," Vol. 11, page 86.) 



=Mary Simpson, dau. of Adam 
Simpson of Bonsall, co. 
Derby ; born 6 August 
1755 ; marr. at Bonsall 
I May 1780; died 23 Feb- 
ruary 1827, bur. in Cromford 
Church. 



Richard Arkwright of= 
Normanton Turville, 
CO. Leicester, and of 
Sutton Hall, co. 
Derby ; born 30 Sep- 
tember 1 781; M.P. 
for Rye 29 March 18 13 
and 9 June 1826 ; 
died at Normanton 
on Wednesday, 28 
March 1832. Will 
dated 24 December 
18 16, proved 8 Au- 
gust 1832, by Robert 
Arkwright, brother, 
the surviving executor 
(P.C.C. 481 Tenterden.) 



=Martha Maria 
Beresford,dau. of 
the Rev. Wil- 
liam Beresford of 
Ashbourne, co. 
Derby, Rector 
of Sonning, co. 
Berks ; marr. at 
Ashbourne 22 
May 1803; died, 
aged 40, 1 2 
March 1820, bur. 
at Cromford. 
M.L 



Robert Arkwright of Sutton= 
Scarsdale, co. Derby, J. P. and 
D.L. ; born 7 March 1783; 
died at Sutton Scarsdale on 
Saturday, 6 August 1859. 
Will dated 30 May 1857, 
with codicil dated 25 January 
1858, proved at Derby 19 
October 1859, by the Rev. 
Godfrey Harry Arkwright, son, 
and Sir Hew Dalrymple, 
baronet, the executors. 



=Frances Crawford 
Kemble, dau. of 
Stephen George 
Kemble of Dur- 
ham ; marr. at New- 
castle-on-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland, 
27April 1805; died 
at Sutton Scarsdale 
on Saturday, 10 
March 1849. 



/K 



Arkwright of Sutton 
Scarsdale. 



Agnes Maria Arkwright, died, 
aged 4, 16 March 18 13, bur. 
at Cromford. M.L 



Robert Arkwright, died, aged 
5 weeks, 19 November 18 10, 
bur. at Cromford. M.L 



Richard Arkwright, died, aged 
6 weeks, 18 February 18 13, 
bur. at Cromford. M.L 



Charles Hurt of Wirksworth, co. Derby (son= 
of Francis Hurt of Alderwasley, co. Derby, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas Gell of 
Gatehouse, in Wirksworth) ; born 5 October 
1758; High Sheriff for co. Derby 1797; 
died at Wirksworth, in his 76th year, on 
Saturday, 30 August 1834. Will dated 
15 November 1801, proved 18 October 1834, 
by Susannah Hurt, the sole executrix (P.C.C. 
575 TeignmoHth). 



=Susannah, born 20 December 
1761 ; marr. 12 June 1780; 
died, aged 73, 4 May 
1835. Will dated 5 January 
1835, proved 30 June 1835, 
by John Ryle and Peter 
Arkwright, the executors 
(P.C.C. 366 Gloster). 



Ellen Arkwright, 
born 26 Decem- 
ber 1764; died 
in infancy. 



Anne Arkwright, 
died in infancy. 



Peter Arkwright of= 
Willersley, co. Derby ; 
bom 17 April 1784; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Derby, 
High Sheriff 1855; died 
at Willersley, aged 82, 
on Wednesday, 19 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Cromford, 
CO. Derby, 26 September 
1866. Will dated 4 Feb- 
ruary 1859, with two 
codicils dated respectively 
23 December 1865 and 
23 August 1866, proved 
5 November 1866, by his 
sons, Frederic, Alfred, 
James Charles and John 
Thomas Arkwright, the 
executors (Prin. Reg., 
676, 66). /K 

(^For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales, ^^ 
. Vol. VII., page 17.) 



=Mary Anne Hurt, 
born 1 7 March, bapt. 
at Wirksworth 14 
June 1786; marr. 
there 2 September 
1805 ; died at Wil- 
lersley 6 September, 
bur. at Cromford 
12 September 1872. 
Will dated 3 July 
1867, with codicil 
dated 18 May 1872, 
proved 1 1 October 
1872, by her sons, 
Frederic and Augus- 
tus Peter Arkwright, 
the executors (Prin. 
Reg., 598, 72). 



John Arkwright of Hamp-= 
ton Court, co. Hereford ; 
born 27 August 1785; 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1809, M.A. 
1812; J.P., High Sheriff 
1831 ; died at Hampton 
Court on Saturday, 27 
February 1858. Will 
dated 2 December 1857, 
with two codicils dated 
respectively 2 December 
1857 and 6 February 
1858, proved at Here- 
ford I April 1858, by 
his sons, John Hunger- 
ford, Richard and George 
Arkwright, the executors. 



=Sarah Hoskyns, 
dau. of Sir Hun- 
gerford Hoskyns 
of Harewood, co. 
Hereford, baronet, 
by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of John 
Philips of Bank 
Hall, CO. Chester; 
marr. at Hare- 
wood Chapel 1 3 
April 1830. 



A 



Charles Arkwright of= 
Dunstall Hall, co. Staf- 
ford ; born 22 November 
1786; J. P. for the 
counties of Stafford and 
Derby, High Sheriff for 
CO. Stafford 1849; <ii^d 
s.p. at Dunstall, on Satur- 
day, 28 December 1850, 
bur. at Cromford. Will 
dated 10 October 1850, 
with codicil dated 23 De- 
cember 1850, proved 18 
February 185 1, by his 
nephews, William, James 
Charles and Robert 
Wigram Arkwright, the 
executors (P.C.C. 85, 50). 



=Mary Wilmot Sitwell, 
dau. of Edward 
Sacheverell Wilmot Sit- 
well of Stainsby, co. 
Derby, by Lucy his 
wife, dau. and heir of 
Sir William Wheler of 
Leamington Hastings, 
CO. Warwick, baronet ; 
marr. at Morley, co. 
Derby, 1 2 December 
181 1 ; died at Derby 29 
November 1858. Will 
dated 2 August 1858, 
proved at Derby 23 De- 
cember 1858, byR(;bert 
Sacheverell Sitwell of 
Morley, brother, the 
sole executor. 



Francis Edward Hurt of= 
Alderwasley (eldest son 
of Francis Hurt of 
Alderwasley, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. 
of James Shuttleworth 
of Gawthorpe, co. Lan- 
caster); born II February 
1781 ; High Sheriff for 
CO. Derby 1814; M.P. 
for South Derbyshire 29 
July 1837 to 1841 ; 
died at Alderwasley on 
Wednesday, 22 March 
1854. Will dated 25 
January 1853, proved 
I May 1854, by Francis 
Hurt, son, the sole 
executor (P.C.C. 366, 54). 



=Elizabeth, born 
29 May 1780; 
marr. at Mat- 
lock, CO. Derby, 
27 October 

1802 ; died at 
Alderwasley 30 
January 1838. 



/K 



Mary Arkwright, 
born 3 January 
1788; diedg June 
1803. 



Rev. Joseph Arkwright of Mark Hall, co.= 
Essex, and Normanton Turville, co. Leicester; 
born 9 August 1791; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1814, M.A. 1817; Vicar of 
Latton, CO. Essex, 19 May 1820, Rector 
of Thurlaston, co. Leicester, 1824; died at 
Mark Hall on Monday, 29 February 1864. 
Will dated 30 June 1863, proved 7 April 
1864, by Loftus Wigram Arkwright, son, the 
sole executor (Prin. Reg., 218, 74). /^ 



=Anne Wigram, dau. of Sir 
Robert Wigram of Waltham- 
stow, CO. Essex, baronet, by 
Eleanor his 2nd wife, dau. 
of James Watts of Southamp- 
ton ; marr. at Walthamstow 
on Thursday, 29 October 
1818 ; died on Thursday, 
21 May 1863. 



Rt. Hon^'= Sir James Wigram (3rd son of Sir Robert= 
Wigram, baronet, by Eleanor his 2nd wife) ; born at 
Walthamstow House 5 November 1793; Fellow of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. (5th Wrangler) 18 15, 
M.A. 1818; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 18 June 18 13, 
Barrister-at-Law 1819, K.C. 1834, Bencher 1835 ; M.P. 
for Leominster 28 June 1841, Vice-Chancellor of 
England 28 October 1841 to 1850; knighted in January 
1842; author of "Works on the Legal Interpretation of 
Wills and the Law of Discovery"; died at 68 Portland 
Place, London, on Sunday, 29 July 1866. Will dated 
22 March 1854, with nine codicils dated 12 July 1854 to 
12 November 1863, proved 7 September 1866, by James 
Richard Wigram, son, Loftus Tottenham Wigram, brother, 
and Loftus Wigram Arkwright, nephew, the executors 
(Prin. Reg. 611, 66). (See '•''Dictionary of National 
Biography, Vol. LXI., page JgS.) Portrait iti crayons 
by Sir George Richmond, at Trinity College, Cambridge. 



=Anne, born 2 
August 1794; 
marr. at Mat- 
lock (by the 
Rev. Joseph 
Arkwright) on 
Thursday, 24 
December 1818; 
died in Portland 
Place, London, 
on Saturday, 3 
February 1844. 



Francis Arkwright, 
born 28 August 
1796. _ 

Harriet Arkwright, 
born 9 February 
1798 ; died, aged 
17, 7 November 
1815. 



A 



Barnston. 

[Vol. 7, p. 23.] 



Pedigree of Barnston. 



William Barnston of Churton, co. Chester, = 
gent (son and heir of Thomas Barnston 
of Churton, gent, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. and heir of Thomas Manning of the 
City of Chester) ; entered his pedigree at 
the Visitation of Cheshire in 16 13; died 
21 July 1620, bur. in Farndon Church, 
CO. Chester. M.I. 



=Elizabeth Massey, dau. of 
Roger Massey of Codding- 
ton, CO. Chester, esquire, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Randle Brereton of 
Eccleston, co. Chester, 
gent; died 13 January 
i6oy, bur. in Farndon 
Church. M.I. 



Thomas Barnston= 
of Churton, co. 
Chester, gent; son 
and heir in 1613 ; 
compounded for 
knighthood 29 
June 1631. 



=Elizabeth Tayler, 
dau. of Richard 
Tayler of Hard- 
wick, CO. Salop. 



Rev. John Barnston, D.D., Prebendary= 
of Salisbury ; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 3 November 1581, 
aged 18, B.A. 1585, M.A. 1589, B.D. 
and D.D. 161 5; Rector of Everley, co. 
Wilts, 1598, Prebendary of Salisbury 
1600, Rector of Winterslow, co. Wilts, 
1635 ; died at Everton, co. Wilts, 30 
May 1645, bur. in Salisbury Cathedral. 
M.I. {See '■'^Dictionary of National 
Biography, Vol. III., page 264.) 



=. . . bur. 
in Salisbury 
Cathedral in 
1625. M.I, 



William Barnston of Churton, esquire ;= 
aged 21 in 161 3; taken prisoner by the 
Parliament; died 8 March i664, bur. in 
Barnston Church, co. Chester. M.I. Will 
proved at Chester in 1666. 



=Dorothy Brooke, dau. of Thomas Brooke of 
Great Sankey, co. Lancaster, esquire, by 
Elizabeth his 2nd wife, sister of Thomas 
Merbury of Merbury, co. Chester, esquire ; 
marr. at Farndon 10 August 16 18. 



I 
Thomas Barnston,= 

bapt. at Farndon 

in January 162°. 

Will proved at 

Chester in 1687. 



=Abigail Lowe, Jonathan Bruen of Bruen Stapleford,= 

dau. of John in Tarvin, co. Chester ; aged 54, 

LoweofShrews- 4 September 1663; bur. at Tarvin 

bury, CO. Salop. 11 September 1676. Will dated 

I February 1673^, proved at Chester 

25 September 1676. He marr. 

istly Mary, dau. of John Tilston of 

Huxley, co. Chester, esquire ; died 

15 May 165 1. /K 



=Mary, bapt. at 
Farndon January 
162^ ; executrix to 
her husband's will 
25 September 1676; 
died before 4 June 
1694. 2nd wife. 



Richard Barnston, Citizen of 
London; (?) died in 1667. 



Elizabeth, nnarr. Richard Aldersey 
of the City of Chester. 



WilHam Barnston, Dorothy Barn- John Barnston,=i=AliceTrafFord, dau. and heir of Thomas 

Trafford of Bridge Trafford, co. Chester, 
esquire, by Mary his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Richard Aldersey of Chester; 
died 23 October, bur. in the Trafford 
Chapel at Plemonstall, co. Chester. 
M.I. in Farndon Church. She marr. 
2ndly the Hon^''^ Richard Savage, 2nd 
son of John, Lord Savage, of Rock 
Savage. 



bapt. at Farndon, ston, bapt. at bapt. at Farndon 

CO. Chester, 15 July Farndon 31 18 July 1630; 

1627; died, aged 23, May 1629. died 8 May, bur. 

bur. at Farndon 27 at Farndon 13 

April 1650. May 1661. M.L 



Dorothy Barnston, 
bapt. at Farndon 
10 October 1658. 



Trafford Barnston of Churton, co.=j=Anne Massie, dau. of Roger Massie 
Chester, esquire ; bapt. at Farndon ; of Coddington, co. Chester, esquire, 
10 May 1663 ; bur. there 13 April j by Mary his wife, dau. of Roger 
1686. Administration granted at Middleton of Cad wgan, co. Denbigh; 



Chester in 1687. 



aged 4 in 1663. 



Trafford Barnston of Churton, esquire ; bapt. 
at Corrington, co. Chester ; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 30 April 1697, 
aged 15. Administration granted at Chester 
in 1702. 



John Barnston 
Churton, esquire, 
ministration granted at 
Chester in 1706. 



of==EIizabeth Salusbury, 
Ad- dau. of Owen Salus- 
bury of Ruge. 



Letitia Owen, dau. of Roger Owen of= 
Condover, co. Salop, by Jane his wife ; bapt. 
at Condover 5 April 1696 ; marr. after 
I February i73f ; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 
bur. at Condover 20 August 1755. She 
marr. istly Richard Mytton, who died 27 
February 173". ist wife. 



=Trafiford Barnston,= 
bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Chester, 25 March 
1708; Sheriff for co. 
Chester 1735. Will 
proved at ('hester in 
1771. 



=Elizabeth Hurleston, dau. 
of John Hurleston of 
Newton, CO. Chester, 
esquire, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Sir John Williams 
of Pengethley, co. Here- 
ford, knight and baronet. 
2nd wife. 



Roger Barnston of Churton, co. Chester,=p=Jane Gregge, dau. and heir of Edward Gregge 



esquire; bapt. at Farndon, co Chester, 25 
October 1683. Will proved at Chester 
in 1772. 



of Hapsford, co. Chester, esquire, by Abigail his 
wife; marr. at St. Michael's, Chester, 22 April 
1707; bur. there 22 November 1720. 



Elizabeth Marsh, = 
marr. at Chester 
Cathedral 21 Au- 
gust 1748; bur. 
at Farndon 1 5 
July 1767. Will 
proved at Chester 
in 1769. ist wife. 



=Rev. Roger Barnston,= 
Vicar of Condover, co. 
Salop ; bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Chester, 19 July 
1709; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1730, 
M.A. 1734; Rector of 
St. Michael's, Chester, 
1737, Prebendary of 
Chester Cathedral ; bur. 
at Farndon 4 December 
1782. Will proved at 
Chester in 1783. 



=Anne Egerton, dau. of 
John Egerton of Broxton, 
CO. Chester, esquire, by 
Ehzabeth his wife, dau. 
and heir of William Brock 
of Upton, CO. Chester ; 
bapt. at Malpas, co. 
Chester, 7 September 
1775 ; died 17 October 
1802. 2nd wife. 



Edward Barnston, 
bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Ches- 
ter, in 1 7 10. 



Brooke Forester, = 
M.P. for Wenlock; 
died 19 January 
1 77 1. He marr. 
istly . . . Weld, 
only dau. of 
George Weld of 
Willey, CO. Salop 
(May 1734). 



=Eliza, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Chester, in March 
1741 ; bur. at 
St. Michael's, 
Chester, 9 No- 
vember 1795- 
2nd wife. 



Anne Maria Barn- 
ston, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Chester, 
10 May 1742. 



Trafford Barnston, 
bapt. at Holy Tri- 
nity, Chester, 15 
February 174^. 



Mary Barnston, died, aged 63, bur. 
at St. Michael's, Chester, 29 March 
1809. Will dated 17 April 1809, 
with codicil of same date, proved 
15 September 1809, by Letitia 
Barnston, spinster, sister (P.C.C. 
731 Loved ay). 

Thomas Barnston, bur. at St. 
Michael's, Chester, 4 April 1749. 



Robert Barnston, Edward Barnston, Robert Barnston of=f=Elizabeth Acton, dau. of Sir 



bapt. at Holy bapt. at Holy Chester, esquire ; 

Trinity, Chester, Trinity, Chester, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 

13 September 171 1, 18 March 17 if. Chester, 21 July 

bur. at St. Michael's, 1715; died 7 August 

Chester, 29 Sep- 1783, bur. at Farndon, 



tember following. 



CO. Chester. 



Whitmore Acton of Aldenham 
Hall, CO. Salop, baronet, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Matthew Gibbon of Westcliffe, 
CO. Kent ; bur. at Farndon 
23 November 1799. 



Trafiford Barnston, 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Chester, 6 
September 1748. 



Roger Barnston of Churton, co.= 
Chester, and of the City of 
Chester, esquire ; bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Chester, 29 November 
1749; Colonel Royal Cheshire 
Militia; High Sheriff 1800; 
died, aged 88, 4 February 1837, 
bur. at Farndon. M.I. in 
Chester Cathedral. 



=Anne Parker, dau. of the Rev. John 
Parker of Astle, co. Chester, by Jane 
his wife, dau. and heir of Robert 
Gartside of Manchester, merchant ; 
born 3 August, bapt. at Chelford, co. 
Chester, 30 August 1767; marr. in 
December 1793, died at Chester, aged 
82, on Tuesday, 28 May 1850, bur. at 
Farndon. 



Anne Elizabeth Thomas Kinnersly of Clough Hall,= 

Barnston, born co. Stafford, esquire (son of Thomas 

2 April, bapt. Kinnersly of Newcastle, co. Stafford, 

at Holy Trinity, and of ('lough Hall, by Mary his 

Chester, 14 May wife, dau. of Edward Sheplierd of 

1796. Sheffield, CO. York); born 19 August 

1782; High Sheriff for co. Stafford; 

died 4 February 1855. Will with 

eight codicils dated 28 December 

1847 to II January 1853, proved 

22 February 1855, by Job Haigh 

and Francis lioydell (P.C.C. 136, 55). 

He marr. istly Anna, dau. of Colonel 

. . . Dixon of Allerton Grange. 



=Mary, born 20 September 1797, bapt. 
at Holy lYinity, Chester, 3 August 
1798; marr. at St. John's, Chester, 
on Thursday, 13 November 1845; 
died at Clough Hall, in her 79th 
year, on Saturday, 21 July 1877, 
bur. at Ashley, co. Stafford. ^\^ill 
dated 18 December 1868, with two 
codicils dated respectively 7 April 
1874 and 20 March 1877, proved 17 
August 1877, by the Rev. John U'arren 
Napier and Captain Francis Barnston, 
nephews (Prin. Reg., 660, 77). 2nd 
wife. 



7 



Jane Bamston, William Gregge Barnston=f=Mary Sawbridge, dau. of William Peter Barnston, 



bapt. at Holy of London, banker ; bapt. 
Trinity, Ches- at Holy Trinity, Chester, 
ter, 12 Feb- 25 March 1718; died at 
ruary 1717. Bath, co. Somerset, 12 

June, bur. at Farndon, 
CO. Chester, 23 June 1784. 



Sawbridge; bapt. at St. Lawrence bapt. at Holy 

Jewry, London, 19 September Trinity, Chester, 

1718; marr. there 30 July 1741; 29 November 

died at Bath, aged 85, 7 March 1720. 
1804, bur. there. M.L 



Thomas Sikes of=j=Jane, marr. at St. Trafford Mary Barnston, born in 1744; bur. at 



London, banker ; 
born 24 February 
i73f ; died 21 No- 
vember 1798, bur. 
at Hackney, co. 
Middlesex. 



Mary's, Alderman- Barnston. North Bradley, co. Wilts, in 181 7. Will 

bury, London, 19 dated 6 November 18 16, with codicil 

February 1765; dated 13 November 1816, proved 31 

died 28 October March 18 17, by William Sikes, nephew 

1839, bur. at (P.C.C. w^ Effingham). 
Hackney. 



A\ 



E 



Robert Barnston, bur. 
at St. Michael's, 
Chester, 24 October 
1751- 



Letitia Barnston, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Chester, 5 January 1754; died 11 November 
1835, bur. at St. Michael's, Chester. 



Peter Barnston, bur. 
at St. Michael's, 
Chester, 26 November 
1755- 



Hon'''^ Charles Napier (2nd son of Francis, 8th Lord Napier of= 
Merchiston) ; born 24 October 1794; Lieutenant 88th Regiment 
of Foot 20 May 1819, retired with rank of Major 17 June 1826 ; 
died, aged 80, on Tuesday, 15 December 1874. He marr. 2ndly 
Annabella Jane, dau. of Edward Gatacre of Gatacre, co. Salop. 



=Alce Emma, born 15 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. John's, 
Chester, 17 September 
1800; marr. in 1824; died 
16 May 1834, bur. at 
Mold, CO. Flint. 



/K 



Ven'''^ Charles Daubeny, D.C.L., Arch-=j=Elizabeth, born 



deacon of Sarum (2nd son of George 
Daubeny of Bristol, merchant) ; bapt. 

16 August 1745 ; educated at Winchester 
and at New College, Oxford, matriculated 

17 December 1762, aged 17, B.C.L. 1773, 
D.C.L. 1822, Fellow of New College 
1774, and of Winchester; Vicar of 
North Bradley, co. Wilts, 1778, Preben- 
dary of Salisbury 1784, Archdeacon of 
Sarum 9 June 1804, Rector of Biddestone, 
CO. Wilts, 1807 ; Author of "A Guide to 
the Church," and other works; died 10 
July 1827, bur. at Christ Church, Road, 
CO. Wilts. Will dated 20 January 1826, 
with codicil dated 24 May 1826, proved 
21 August 1827, by Lieut.-Colonel Henry 
Daubeny and Robert Savage (P.C.C. 
477 Heber). See "Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. 14, page g2.) 



m 1755 ; marr. 
19 July 1778; 
died, aged 68, 
in January 1823, 
bur. at Christ 
Church, Road. 



Thomas Meade= 
of Chorley, 

Woolverton, co. 
Somerset ; died, 
aged 90, 5 Sep- 
tember 1845, 
bur. at Woolver- 
ton. Will dated 
I August 1842, 
proved 18 Oc- 
tober 1845, by 
theRev. Richard 
John Meade, 
son, and the Rev. 
Henry Blayds, 
the executors 
(P.C.C.790,45). 



/K 



Catherine, born 
in 1759; died 
15 April 1839, 
bur, at Wool- 
verton. 



A 



Selina Martha Thack-= 
eray, dau. of William 
Makepeace Thackeray 
of Chester, M.D., by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Edward 
Wilson of Liverpool, 
and widow of John 
Jones of Rhargarth, 
CO. Denbigh ; born at 
Chester 29 November 
1806, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Chester, 30 
September 1808 ; 

marr. there 20 De- 
cember 1825 ; died 
at Chester, aged 28, 
13 January, bur. at 
Farndon, co. Chester, 
17 January 1835. 
ist wife. 



=Roger Harry Barnston= 
of Crewe Hill and 
Churton, both co. 
Chester ; born at 
Forest House, Ches- 
ter, 29 September 
1802, bapt. at St. 
John's, Chester, 23 
March 1803 ; of 
Worcester College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
15 May 1 82 1, aged 
18, B.A. 1825; J.P. 
and D.L. for co. 
Chester ; died at 
Crewe Hill, aged 46, 
22 May, bur. at 
Farndon 29 May 
1849. 



=Emma Frances Boydell, dau. 
of James Boydell of Rossett, 
CO. Denbigh, by Marianne 
his wife, dau. of Richard 
Barker of Llyndir, co. Den- 
bigh ; born at Rossett in 
1806 ; marr. at Gresford, co. 
Denbigh, 2 January 1838 ; 
died at 92 Belgrave Road, 
London, aged 86, 29 June, 
bur. at Farndon 3 July 1893. 
Will proved 29 August 
1893, ^y Anne Barnston and 
Alice Barnston, daughters, 
and Lieut.-Colonel Francis 
Barnston of the 55th Regi- 
ment, son, the executors 
(Prin. Reg., 715. 93)- 
2nd wife. 



A 



Robert Barnston, 
born 24 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at St. 
John's, Chester, 
18 December 
1806; bur. at St. 
Michael's, Ches- 
ter, 10 March 
1807. 



{For issue see "Visitatio?i of Engla?td atid JVales," 
Vol. V/I., pages 2j and 24.) 



Cruwys. 

[Vol. 7, p. 25.] 




Pedigree of Critwys. 



Lewis Cruwys of Cruwys=f=Sarah Trefrie, dau. 



Morcliard, co. Devon, 
esquire (son of Humphry 
Cruwys of Cruwys Mor- 
chard, by Dorothy his wife, 
dau, of Lewis Hatch of 
Aller, CO. Devon ; entered 
his pedigree in the Visita- 
tion of Devon in 1620; 
aged 44 at the death of his 
father, 27 January 162^, 
and administrator to his 
estate 13 April 1622; bur. 
at Cruwys Morchard 12 
October 1641. Administra- 
tion granted 14 December 
1 64 1 (Arch: of Barnstaple). 



of John Trefrie of 
Foy, CO. Cornwall ; 
marr. at Cruwys 
Morchard 29 July 
1596 ; adminis- 
tratrix to her 
husband 14 De- 
cember 1641; bur. 
at Cruwys Mor- 
chard 10 January 
i64f. 



Francis Colman of Gornhay,= 
in Tiverton, co. Devon. 
Will dated 23 May 1650, 
proved 4 September 1650 
(P.C.C. 143 Pembroke). 



A\ 



=Bridget, bapt. at 
Cruwys Mor- 
chard 17 July 
1598; living 23 
May 1650. 



Alexander Cruwys of= 
Cruwys Morchard, 

esquire; bapt. at Cruwys 
Morchard 23 January 
tIw^ bur. there 10 
January 164I. 



=Frances Mallett, 
dau. of Michael 
Mallett of Milver- 
ton, CO. Somerset; 
bur. at Cruwys 
Morchard 25 July 



Humphry Cruwys, bapt. at Cruwys 
Morchard 17 January 162I, bur. 
there 20 February following. 



Dorothy Cruwys, bapt. at Cruwys Morchard 
13 August 1652 ; bur. there 4 April 1655. 



Henry Cruwys, bapt. at Cruwys Morchard 
5 May 1654; bur. there 30 January 165^. 



10 



Matthew Cruwys, Maria, bapt. at Henry Cruwys of Cruwys Morchard,= 

bapt. at Cruwys Cruwys Morchard esquire ; bapt. at Templeton, co. 

Morchard, co. 6 September 1603; Devon, 2 September 1604; bur. 

Devon, 27 Sep- living 18 October at Cruwys Morchard 23 January 

tember 1601. 1667 ; marr. . . . i66|-. Will dated 18 October 

Dymond. 1667, proved 13 March i66|^ 
(Arch: of Barnstaple), 



=Dorothy Jermyn, 
dau. of Francis 
Jermyn; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 13 March 
i66|; bur. at 
Cruwys Morchard 
2 October 1690. 



John Cruwy^ of Cruwys Morchard, esquire ;=j=Sarah Foot, dau. of Samuel Foot of Tiverton, 



born at Cruwys Morchard 12 August 1656; 
mentioned in his father's will 18 October 
1667; bur. at Cruwys Morchard 11 December 
171 1. Will dated 17 December 1707, proved 
2 February 171^ (P.C.C. 23 Barnes). 



CO. Devon, esquire, M.P., by Mary Keate 
his wife ; bur. at Cruwys Morchard 24 April 
1 7 16. Will dated 16 April 17 16, proved at 
Exeter Principal Registry 14 October 1728. 



Dorothy Cruwys of Spring Gardens, 
Westminster ; bapt. at Cruwys Mor- 
chard 26 August 1683; mentioned 
in wills of her father 17 December 
1707, and her mother 16 April 
1 7 16. Will dated 22 August 1757, 
proved 6 December 1757 (P.C.C. 
351 Herring). 



Samuel Cruwys, F.R.S., Barrister-= 
at-Law; bapt. at Cruwys Morchard 
II October 1685; executor to 
his father's will 2 February 
171^^; mentioned in his mother's 
will 16 .April 1 7 16; died 14 March 
1746, bur. at Colney Hatch, co. 
Middlesex. 



=Susannah Bretton, 
dau. of Thomas 
Bretton of St. 
George's, Blooms- 
bury, London ; bur. 
at Colney Hatch 
in 1757. 



Rev. John Cruwys of Cruwys Morchard ; 
born 22 October 1716 ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 14 May 
1734, aged 18, B.A. 1738, M.A. 
1740; died I February, bur. at Cruwys 
Morchard 4 February 1791. Will with 
three codicils dated 6 February 1782 to 
4 August 1789, proved 18 June 1791 
(P.C.C. 273 Beavo7-). 



Thomas Augustus Cruwys of New Inn, London ; 
born in Bloomsbury Square, London, 21 April 
1718; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 10 May 1745; 
Solicitor to the Stamp Office October 1750; 
executor to will of his uncle, Henry Cruwys, 
22 December 1760; died, aged 53, 28 March 
1770, bur. at Butterleigh, co. Devon. Will dated 
15 June 1769, with codicil dated 27 July 1769, 
proved 6 April 1770 (P.C.C. 137 Jenner). 



Mary Cruwys, born Rev. Richard Melhuish of=Elizabeth, born in Great Kirby Street, 



at South Molton, Satterleigh House, co. 

CO. Devon, 23 May Devon ; of Exeter College, 

1766, died the same Oxford, matriculated 15 

day. March 1771, aged 18. 



St. Andrew's, Holborn, London, 2 1 June 
1767; marr. at Cruwys Morchard 28 
November 1793; died at Tiverton, co. 
Devon, 24 August, bur. at Cruwys Morchard 
29 August 1849. 



John Cruwys, bapt. 
at Cruwys Mor- 
chard, co. Devon, 
27 August 1687 ; 
mentioned in wills 
of his father 17 
December 1707; 
and his mother 16 
April 1 7 16; bur. at 
Cruw3s Morchard 
3 June 1751. 



Henry Cruwys of Hillers-= 
den, CO. Devon, Solicitor 
to the Stamp Office ; born 
II May 1689; mentioned 
in his mother's will 16 
April 1 7 16; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 18 May 
1737 ; died i October 
1760, bur. at Butterleigh, 
CO. Devon. Will dated 
28 October 1758, proved 
22 December 1760 (P.C.C. 
458 Lynch). 



=Jane. Will Rev. William Cruwys, bapt. 

dated 9 De- at Cruwys Morchard 4 Sep- 

cember 1763, tember 1691 ; of Balliol 

proved 4 De- College, Oxford, matriculated 

cember 1765 4 June 1709, aged 18, B.A. 

(P.C.C. 443 1 7 if; Rector of Lesnewth, 

Rushtvorth). co. Cornwall, 5 June 1724, and 

of Otterham, co. Cornwall, 

25 May 1724; mentioned in 

his mother's will 1 6 April 1 7 1 6 ; 

bur. at Lesnewth 2 December 

1736. Administration granted 

at Exeter Principal Registry 

25 March 1737. 



Ann Hutton 
Cruwys, born 
in the parish of 
St. Sepulchre's, 
London, 27 
March 1769; 
bur. at Wands- 
worth, CO. Sur- 
rey, 13 July 
1770. 



George Sharland of South Molton, co. Devon,= 
(son of John Sharland of South Molton, by Mary 
Baker his wife); born in 1758; died 14 February, 
bur. at South Molton 18 February 1831. 



=Harriet, born at Kensington, 
CO. Middlesex, 27 March, 
bapt. at Chelsea, co. Middle- 
sex, 20 April 1 771; marr. 
at Cruwys Morchard 30 
December 1794; died at 
Tiverton, co. Devon, aged 
76, 20 February, bur. 
at Cruwys Morchard 27 
February 1847. 



/^' -lAU^r-^^, ^^ 



A 

i^For issue see '"'' Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. VII., page 2S.) 




Seal used by George Sharland. 




Stephen Cruwys of Cruwys 
Morchard, co. Devon, 
gent ; bapt. at Cruwys 
Morchard 5 March 169I; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 17 December 1707; 
bur. at Cruwys Morchard 
I September 17 14. 



Matthias Cruwys of South Molton, co.= 
Devon, gent ; bapt. at Cruwys Morchard 
in May 1697 ; mentioned in wills of his 
mother 16 April 17 16, and his brother, 
Henry Cruwys, 28 October 1758; died 
22 April 1762, bur. at South Molton. 



=Elizabeth Shortrudge, 
dau. of Philip Short- 
rudge of Thelbridge, 
CO. Devon ; marr. at 
Thelbridge ; died in 
April 1736, bur. at 
South Molton. 



Rev. Henry Shortrudge Cruwys of Cruwys=[=Mary Hutton, dau. of the Rev. Charles 



Morchard House, D.L., LL.D., Rector of Cruwys 
Morchard ; born at South Molton 3 March 
i73f ; mentioned in wills of his cousin, Thomas 
Augustus Cruwys, 15 June 1769, and his aunt, 
Bridget Cruwys, 28 May 1793; died 8 February, 
bur. at Cruwys Morchard 13 February 1804. 



Hutton, Rector of Nymet St. George, co. 
Devon; born 24 January 174^; marr. at 
Barnstaple, co. Devon, 23 June 1765; 
died 4 October, bur. at Battersea, co. 
Surrey, 9 October 1776. 



Sarah Cruwys, born in the parish of St. 
James', Garlickhithe, London, 2 May 
1774, bapt. at St. James', Garlickhithe; 
died in infancy, bur. at Wandsworth, 
CO. Surrey, 17 December 1774. 



John Henry Cruwys, born at Battersea 27 September 
1776, bapt. there; mentioned in will of the Rev. 
John Cruwys 6 February 1782; died at Cruwys 
Morchard House 15 October, bur. at Cruwys 
Morchard 19 October 1791. 



Mary Cruwys, 
bapt. at Cruwys 
Morchard 5 No- 
vember 1699 ; 
died in infancy. 



Elizabeth Cruwys, 
bapt. at Cruwys 
Morchard i o 

March i7of; bur. 
there 8 October 
1705- 



Bridget Cruwys of Spring Gardens, Westminster ; bapt. 
at Cruwys Morchard 13 October 1706; mentioned in 
her father's will 17 December 1707 ; executrix to her 
mother's will 14 October 1728, and to will of her sister, 
Dorothy Cruwys, 6 December 1757; died in August 
1794. Will dated 28 May 1793, with codicil dated 
14 February 1794, proved 19 November 1794 (P.C.C. 
544 Hohnati). 



Alingfton. 

[Vol. 7, p. 28.] 




Pedigree of Alington. 



William Alington of Bottisham Hall,= 
CO. Cambridge, esquire (son of 
William Alington of Bottisham, by 
Dionisia his wife, dau. of William 
Malet of Horseheath, co. Cam- 
bridge) ; Treasurer of Ireland 
(1409-13) and Normandy; Sheriff 
for the counties of Cambridge and 
Huntingdon 3 May 1423 and 
7 November 1427 ; M.P. for co. 
Cambridge 8 September 1429; Privy 
Councillor to Henry IV. and 
Henry V. ; Speaker 1430; died 19 
October 1446. 



=Jane Burgh, dau. 
and heir of Sir 
William Burgh, 
knight. Justice of 
the King's Bench; 
died 27 February 
i44|- 



William Alington of Horseheath, esquire ; M.P. for co.= 
Cambridge 11 June 1433 and 22 November 1436; 
Sheriff for the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon 
7 November 1437 and 8 February 145^; died 5 July 
1459. Inq. p. m. taken at Halesworth 14 September 
1459 {Hen. VI., File 777, No. 42). He marr. 2ndly 
Mary, widow of Henry Haward of Boxted, co. Essex, 
esquire. 



=Elizabeth Argentine, dau. and coheir of 
John Argentine of Halesworth, co. Suffolk, 
and of Great Wymondley, co. Hertford, 
by Margaret his wife, dau. of Sir William 
Calthorpe, knight; born on Monday, 11 
May 141 1, and bapt. at Halesworth the 
next day; marr. before 10 November 1427; 
died in 1445. ist wife. 



John Alington of Horseheath, Halesworth and Great= 
A\ ymondley, esquire; aged 31 and more 15 September 
1459 ; Sheriff for the counties of Cambridge and 
Huntingdon 6 March 146!^; died 25 August 1480, bur. 
in Wymondley Priory. Inq. p. m. taken at Royston 
27 September 1480 {Edw. IV., File 76, No. sS). 



=Mary Cheney, dau. of Laurence Cheney of 
Fen Ditton, co. Cambridge, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John Cockayne of Hatley, 
CO. Cambridge ; died in 1473, t)ur. at 
Horseheath. M.I. 



Elizabeth Sap-= 
cote, dau. of Sir 
Richard Sap- 
cote of Elton, 
CO. Hunting- 
don, knight, 
by Anne his 
wife, dau. of 
Niciiolas, ist 
Lord Vaux 
of Harrowden. 
ist wife. 



=William Alington of Horseheath,= 
esquire ; bearer of the First Silver Cup 
at the Coronation of Edward IV. and 
Richard HI. ; Sheriff for the counties 
of Cambridge and Huntingdon 5 No- 
vember 1476; aged 31 and more 27 
September 1480; killed at the Battle of 
Bosworth 22 August 1485. Will dated 
14 August 1485, proved at Lambeth 
31 May 1487, by Ralph Hyde, clerk 
(P.C.C. 3 Milles). Inq. p. m. dated 
16 January 148^ (C Vol. /, No. J4). 



=Eli/.abeth Wentworth, dau. of Henry 
Wentworth of Codham, co. Essex, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of Henry 
Howard (uncle of Sir John Howard, 
created Duke of Norfolk); marriage settle- 
ments dated May 1479 ; mentioned in her 
husband's will 14 August 1485 ; bur. at 
Wethersfield, co. Essex. Will dated 19 
May 1527, proved 23 November 1528 
(P.C.C. 41 Porch). She marr. 2ndly 
William Cheney (Papal dispensation dated 
30 June 1497), and 3rdly Sir Ralph 
Chamberlain. 2nd wife. 



I 
Sir Giles Alington of Horseheath, R.l]. ; born 5 April 
1483 ; created KB. at the Coronation of Henry VIII. 
23 June 1509; Sheriff for the counties of Cambridge 
and Huntingdon 8 November 151 1 and 8 November 
1 5 19; died 3 April 1521, bur. at Horseheath. M.I. 
Will dated 2 September 15 13, proved at St. Paul's 
9 December 1526, by Sir Roger Wentworth, Sir William 
Waldegrave and Sir John More (P.C.C. 14 Porch). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Badlingham, co. Cambridge, 
7 November 152 1 (C Vol. j6, No. j6). J^ 

{For issue see pai^c 16.) 

14 



Mary Gardiner, dau. and heir of Sir Richard 
(iardiner. Lord Mayor of London 1478, by 
Audrey his wife, dau. of William Cotton 
of Lanwade, co. Cambridge ; mentioned 
in her husband's will 2 September 15 13; 
died 22 April 1541, bur. at Westley, 
CO. Cambridge. M.I. Will dated 24 
November 1537, proved 25 June 1541 
(P.C.C. 30 Alem.;er). 



Joan Argentine, dau. and coheir of=^Robert Alington.= 

John Argentine of Halesworth, co. 

Suffolk, and of Great Wymondley, co. 

Hertford, by Margaret his wife, dau. 

of Sir William Calthorpe, knight ; born 

on Saturday, 24 June 14 13, and bapt. 

at Halesworth the same day ; marr. 

before 10 November 1427; died 15 

May 1429, bur. at Horseheath, co. 

Cambridge. M.I. Inq. p. m. taken 

at Ware 17 June 1429 {Hen. VI., 

File jy, No. 8). ist wife. 



^Margaret, died 22 
November 1479. 
Inq. p. m. taken 
18 April 1480 
{C. Ed. IF., File 
6g, No. 7). She 
marr. istly John 
Shelton of Shel- 
ton, CO. Norfolk, 
esquire. 2nd wife. 



John Alington, 
married Mary 
Anstie, dau.and 
heir of John 
AnstieofHolme 
Hall, in Stow- 
cum-Quy, co. 
Cambridge. 



Walter Locton of=f=Anne, marr. by licence (Ely) at John Berney of=Joan. 

Sawston, co. Cam- I Holme Hall, in Stow-cum-Quy Gunton Park, 

bridge, esquire. in 1459. co. Norfolk. 

A 



Sir William Alington, knight, M.P.= 
for CO. Cambridge 10 September 
1472 and 27 November 1477, and 
for Plympton May 1467, Speaker 
1472 and 1477, Privy Councillor 
II August 1478; died 16 March 
147I, bur. in Anglesea Priory, co. 
Cambridge. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Royston 30 October 1479 {Ed. IV., 
File dp, No. 8). 



=Joan Anstie, dau. of John Anstie 
of Holme Hall, in Stow-cum-Quy, 
esquire, by Joan his wife, dau. of 
Henry Strete ; marr. at Holme 
Hall in 1457; mentioned in her 
father's will 15 November 1460; 
died 6 March i49f. Inq. p. m. 
taken 30 June 1495 (^- ^ol. 10, 
No. lid). She married 2ndly 
. . . Huddleston. 



John Colvile=Mary. 
of West Han- 
nington, co. 
Essex. 



Edward Aling- 
ton, living 14 
August 1485; 
married Eliza- 
beth Gillott, 
dau. of Robert 
Gillott. 



John Newport of Brent=j=Mary, living 



Pelham, co. Hertford, 
esquire ; High Sheriff 
for the counties of Essex 
and Hertford 1496 ; 
died 26 May 1523, bur. 
at Pelham Furneaux, 
CO. Hertford. Memorial 
Brass. Will dated 12 
August 1522. Inq. p.m. 
taken at Bishops Stort- 
ford 5 August 1524 
(C. Vol. 42, No. g6). 



A\ 



August 
1522 ; bur. 
at Pelham 
Furneaux. 



Henry Pigott of= 
Abington, co. Cam- 
bridge ; died 15 
October 1485. Inq. 
p. m. taken 10 
January 148^ {C. 
'Vol. 3, No. 5). 
I St husband. 



A 



=Elizabeth, marr. 
before 2 February 
148^-, date of 
marriage settle- 
ments. She mar- 
ried 2ndly John 
Smarte, gent, 
marriage licence 
(Ely) dated 20 
October 1490. 



George Alington, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 14 Au- 
gust 1485 ; living 
19 May 1527 (?); 
died s.p. 



in her father's will 
14 August 1485 ; 
living 19 May 1527. 



Sir Edward Greene of Great Sampford, co. Essex,=j=Margery, mentioned 

knighted at Westminster at the Coronation of 

Queen Mary 2 October 1553; died 30 June 1555. 

Will dated 8 May 1555, proved 27 July 1555 

(P.C.C. 29 Moore). Inq. p. m. taken at Stratford 

Langthorne 20 April 1556 {C. Vol. loj, N'o. jg). 

He marr. 2ndly Margaret, relict of Sir Robert 

Curson of Ipswich, co. Suffolk (Lord Curson). X-. 

15 



Sir Giles Alington of- 
Horseheath, co. Cam- 
bridge, K.B. (see page 14). 



^Mary Gardiner, dau. and heir 
of Sir Richard Gardiner, Lord 
Mayor of London. 



Ursula Drury,dau.= 
of Sir Robert 
Drury of Haw- 
stead, CO. Suffolk, 
knight, by Anne 
his I St wife, dau. 
of Sir William 
Calthorpe of Burn- 
ham Thorpe, co. 
Norfolk; marriage 
settlements dated 
5 July 15 15; died 
in 1522, and 
bur. at Hawstead. 
Memorial Brass. 
1st wife. 



=Sir Giles Alington of Horseheath ;= 
aged 20 years 9 months 3 April 1521 ; 
mentioned in wills of his father 2 Sep- 
tember 15 13, and his son, Robert, 
15 May 1552 ; Sheriff for the counties 
of Cambridge and Huntingdon 1530, 
1545 and 1552; knighted after 11 
November 1530; M.P. for co. Cam- 
bridge November 1529, March 155! 
and January 155!^, and for Liverpool 
9 September 1553; Master of the 
Ordnance to Henry VHL ; died, aged 
86, 22 August 1586, bur. at Horse- 
heath. M.L Will dated 26 February 
i5-|a, proved 8 October 1586 (P.C.C. 
49 IVindsor). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Hatfield 13 October 1586 (C. Vol. 211, 
No. 163). /N 



=Alice Middleton,= 
dau. of John Mid- 
dleton, by Alice 
his wife (who 
marr. 2ndly Sir 
Thomas More, 
Lord Chancellor); 
mentioned, in will 
of her step-son, 
Robert Alington, 
15 May 1552; bur. 
at Horseheath 20 
September 1563. 
She marr. istly 
Thomas Elrington. 
2nd wife. 



=Margaret Talcarne, 
dau. of John Tal- 
carne ; marriage 
licence (Bishop of 
London) dated 21 
June 1564 ; bur. at 
St. Faith's, London. 
Will dated 1 1 
December 1591, 
proved 30 Septem- 
ber 1592 (P.C.C. 
7 2 Harri?igtori). 
She marr. istly 
Thomas Argall. 
3rd wife. 



Robert Alington of Horse-= 
heath, esquire ; died 22 
May 1552, bur. at Horse- 
heath. M.L Will dated 15 
May 1552, proved 23 August 
1552 (P.C.C. 23 Poivelt). 
I St husband. 



{See page 23.) 

=Margaret Coningsby, dau. of William= 
Coningshy of King's Lynn, co. 
Norfolk, Justice of the King's 
Bench ; executrix to her husband's 
will 23 August 1552 ; died, aged 78, 
16 May 1598, bur. at Bottisham, 
CO. Cambridge. M.I. 



=Thomas Pledgard of Bottisham, 
gent; died, aged 69, 13 March 
\%%%, bur. at Bottisham. M.L 
Will dated 12 March i|^^, 
proved 12 April 1600 (P.C.C. 
19 Wallop). 2nd husband. 



I I 
^^ illiam Alington, 
died in infancy. 



John Alington, not 
21, 15 May 1552. 



Giles Alington of Horse- =f=Margaret Spencer, dau. of Sir John Spencer of 



heath, esquire; mentioned 
in wills of his father 15 
May 1552, and of his 
brother-in-law, William 
Sewster, 18 July 1568; 
died 25 November 1573, 
bur. at Horseheath. M.L 



Althorpe, co. Northampton, by Katharine his wife, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Kitson of Hengrave, co. Suffolk, 
knight; marr. before 20 January i57y> date of 
marriage settlements ; bur. at Horseheath 4 April 
1626. Will dated 22 March 162!, proved 13 
November 1627, by Thomas Elrington, son (P.C.C. 
102 Skytifier). She marr. 2ndly before 26 February 
15!^, Edward Elrington. 

H 



Lady Dorothy Cecil,= 
dau. of Thomas, 
Earl of Exeter, by 
Dorothy Nevil his 
wife, dau. and co- 
heir of John, Lord 
Latimer ; bapt. at 
St. Martin's, Stam- 
ford, CO. Lincoln, 
II August 1577; 
died 10 November, 
bur. at Horseheath 
II November 16 13. 
M.L I St wife. 



=Sir Giles Alington of Horseheath, knight ; bapt.^ 
at Horseheath 18 September 1572 ; High Sheriff 
for the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon 
1599; knighted at the Charterhouse, London, 
II May 1603 ; mentioned in his mother's will 22 
March 162I- ; bur. at Horseheath 23 December 
1638. Will dated 24 September 1638, proved 
29 January 163^ (P.C.C. 16 Harvey). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Linton 10 September 1639 (C. Vol. 4gi, 
No. go). 



=Dorothy Dalton, dau. of 
Michael Dalton, by Mary 
his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Edward Elrington, by Mar- 
garet (Spencer) his wife ; 
bapt. at West Wratting, co. 
Cambridge, in 1606; marr. 
there 2 December 1630; 
died before 24 September 
1638. 2nd wife. 



John Alington, alias Dalton, of West Wratting ; 
bur. at Horseheath 26 August 1647; adminis- 
tration granted to his brother, William, Lord 
Alington, 30 August 1647 (P.C.C.) 



16 



George Alington of Rushford,=j=Anne Cheeke, dau. of Peter Cheeke of 



CO. Norfolk ; mentioned in his 
father's will 2 September 15 13, 
and his mother's will 24 No- 
vember 1537; died 25 September 
1558. As 



Pirgo, CO. Essex, esquire; mentioned in 
her mother-in-law's will 24 November 
1537 ; died 25 November 1557. 



{See page 23.) 



William Alington, 
living 2 September 
1513- 



James Alington of Bottisham, co. Cambridge, and of 
Mildenhall, co. Suffolk, gent ; mentioned in wills of his 
father 15 May 1552, and his grandfather. Sir Giles 
Alington, 26 February i5|-^; executor to wills of his 
brother, George Alington, 16 October 1584, and his 
great-uncle, Richard Alington, 23 January \%%\ ; died 
7 September 1626, bur. at Mildenhall. Will dated 18 
August 1626, proved 22 November 1626 (P.C.C. 
12 1 Hele). Inq. p. m. taken at Bury St. Edmunds 
12 April 1627 (C Vol. 4J4, No. 8^). 



George Alington, of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, LL.B. ; mentioned in 
wills of his father 15 May 1552, and 
his grandfather, Sir Giles Alington, 
26 February 15^^; bur. at Bottisham 
7 October 1584. Will dated i Oc- 
tober 1584, proved 16 October 1584 
(Vice-Chancellor's Court, Cambridge, 
Vol. 2, fo. 93). 



John Alington, bapt. at Margaret Alington, bapt. at Horseheath 9 October 1571 ; 

Horseheath, co. Cambridge, mentioned in wills of her great-grandfather. Sir Giles Alington, 

13 August 1573; died in 26 February isl^f, and her uncle, George Alington, i October 

infancy. 1584. 



Sir Henry Palavicini of Babraham,= 
CO. Cambridge, knighted at New- 
market, CO. Cambridge, 16 February 
161°; marr. at Horseheath 21 
February i6ig-, marriage settle- 
ments dated 29 December 16 14; 
died at Babraham 14 October 
16 1 5. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Cambridge 21 December 16 15 
{C. Vol. J4g, No. 75p). He marr. 
istly Katharine, dau. of Sir Oliver 
Cromwell of Hinchingbrooke, co. 
Huntingdon, K.B. ist husband. 



Elizabeth, men-= 
tioned in will of 
Thomas Pled- 
gard 1 2 March 
TF^^- She marr. 
3rdly Sir John 
Tracy, knighted 
at Whitehall 22 
April 16 18. 



=Sir William Clopton of Kentwell Hall, 
CO. Suffolk, knight ; born 2 7 February, 
bapt. at Long Melford, co. Suffolk, 13 
March 1593; knighted at Newmarket 
20 February 161 1; marr. at Horseheath 
30 October 161 7, marriage settlements 
dated 27 October 161 7; died at Horse- 
heath, aged 27, II March, bur. at 
Melford 12 March 161^. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Ipswich 5 November 1619. 
He marr. istly Ann, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Barnardiston of Clare, co. Suffolk, 
knight {see page 187). 2nd husband. 



17 



E 



John Alington of Westley, co. Cambridge, esquire ;= 
mentioned in wills of his father 2 September 15 13, 
and his nephew, Robert Alington, 15 May 1552; 
executor to his mother's will 25 June 1541 ; 
received a grant of the manor of Lerlingford, co. 
Norfolk, from Henry, Earl of Surrey, 17 February 
i54§ ; named overseer in will of his brother-in-law, 
William Mannock, 4 July 1558; died 17 January 
i55f, bur. at Westley. Will dated 10 January 
i55l» proved 3 June 1559 (P.C.C. 32 Chay?iay). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Norwich 22 May 1559 
(C. Vol. 124, No. 134). /\ 



=Margaret Hall, dau. 
of Thomas Hall of 
Stoke - by - Nayland, 
CO. Suffolk ; marr. 
before 17 February 
i54f; died in 1559, 
bur. at Westley. 
She marr. istly 
. . . Lanham. 



Anthony Alington, 
born after 2 Septem- 
ber 15 13; mentioned 
in his mother's will 
24 November 1537; 
died s.p. 

Robert Alington, men- 
tioned in his mother's 
will 24 November 
1537; died s.p. 



William Sewster of Steeple Morden,= 
CO. Cambridge, esquire ; marr. after 
15 May 1552; died 30 August 1568. 
Will dated 18 July 1568, proved 21 
October 1568 (P.C.C. 19 Babington). 
Inq. p. m. taken at St. Ives 
2 November 1568 (C Vol. I4g, 
No. i2j). I St husband. y\^ 



=Alice, executrix to her=f=Edward Talcarne of 
husband's will 21 October Stoke-by-Clare, gent (son 
1568; mentioned in will of 
Thomas Pledgard 12 March 
\^^l; died, aged 63, in 
1605, bur. at Stoke-by-Clare, 
CO. Suffolk. Memorial Brass. 



of John Talcarne). 
Will dated 22 April 
1589, proved 28 No- 
vember 1597 (P.C.C. 96 
Cobha/n). 2nd husband. 



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I 



Thomas Alington, 
born 24 December 
1599, bapt. at Horse- 
heath, co.Cambridge, 
2 January ||^^- ; died 
in infancy. 



Giles Alington, bapt. 
at Horseheath 1 4 J uly 
1601 ; bur. there 17 
February 16 if. 



James Alington, 
bapt. at Horse- 
heath 6 Sep- 
tember 1602 ; 
admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 19 
January 162^ ; 
living 1 8 August 
1626. 



Sir Thomas Leventhorpe of= 
Shingey Hall, in Sawbridge- 
worth, CO. Hertford, baronet ; 
bapt. at Sawbridgeworth 18 
May 1592; succeeded his 
father as 2nd baronet 25 
September 1625 ; died 
30 April, bur. at Saw- 
bridgeworth 2 May 1636. 
Administration granted 20 
November 1636 (P.C.C.) 



=Dorothy, bapt. at Horse- 
heath 9 January i6of; 
marr. there 29 March 
1623; administratrix to 
her husband 20 November 
1636; bur. at Sawbridge- 
worth 26 September 1643. 
Administration granted 
29 September 1654 
(P.C.C.) She marr. 2ndly 
. . . Holford. 



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18 



Richard Alington of Westley, co. Cambridge, gent ; mentioned in= 
his mother's will 24 November 1537; executor to will of his brother, 
John Alington, 3 June 1559; named executor in will of his nephew, 
Richard AHngton, 4 April 1561 ; died, aged 73, 10 January y|-^, 
bur. at Westley. M.I. Will dated 30 January 159^, proved 23 January 
yI^^I- (P.C.C. 2 Wallop). Inq. p. m. taken at Stratford Langthorne, 
CO. Essex, 19 May 1601 (C. Vol. 26^, No. 4g). 



=Susan Tasburgh, dau. 
of John Tasburgh of 
St. Peter's, South 
Elmham, co. Suffolk ; 
died 18 September 
1557, bur. at Westley. 
M.I. 



Giles Alington of Westley, = 
gent; died 26 April 1592, 
bur. at Westley. M.I. Will 
dated 24 April 1592, proved 
31 May 1592 (P.C.C. 37 
Harrington). 



=Susan Cook, marriage licence 
(Ely) dated 1580; executrix 
to her husband's will 31 May 
1592; died 14 June 1594, 
bur. at Westley. M.I. Adminis- 
tration granted 4 July 1594 
(P.C.C.) 



Alice 
Alington. 



Margaret, living 
30 January 15 9|; 
marr. . . . Meirs. 

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{See page 28.) 



Arthur Breame of East=j=Anne, mentioned in her father's 
Ham, CO. Essex. j will 15 May 1552. 



Margaret Alington, mentioned 
in her father's will 15 May 
1552. 



Sir Robert Crane of Chilton, co. Suffolk, knight= 
and baronet; knighted at Newmarket 27 February 
i6o4; M.P. for co. Suffolk December 1620 and 
January 162I, and for Sudbury January 162^, May 
1625, March 162I, March i6j^, and October 1640; 
Sheriff for co. Suffolk 1631-32 ; created a baronet 
II May 1627; died in London, aged 55, 17 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Chilton 18 February 164I. Will 
dated 13 February 164I, proved 23 February 
i64f (P.C.C. 10 Crane). He marr. istly Dorothy, 
dau. of Sir Henry Ilobart, baronet, Lord Chief 
Justice of the Common Pleas, ist husband. 



=Susan, bapt. at= 
Horseheath, co. 
Cambridge, 30 Sep- 
tember 1605 ; bur. 
at Chilton 14 Sep- 
tember 1681. Will 
dated 18 August 
1676, proved 7 Oc- 
tober 1 68 1 (Arch: 
of Sudbury, Book 
64, fo. 163). 



=Isaac Appleton of 
Little Waldringfield, 
CO. Suffolk, esquire 
(son and heir of 
Sir Isaac Appleton, 
by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Anthony 
Cage of Langston, 
CO. Cambridge); not 
21, 8 September 
1608. 2nd husband. 



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19 



William Mannocke of Stoke-by-Nayland,= 
CO. Suffolk ; executor to his mother-in- 
law's will 25 June 1541 ; died 8 July 
1558, Will dated 4 July 1558, proved 
9 July 1 558, by Francis, Giles and William 
Mannocke, sons (P.C.C. 33 Noodes). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Ipswich 23 September 
1558 (C. Vol. 115, No. 65). A 



= Audrey, mentioned Joan Alington, 
in her father's will living 2 Sep- 
2 September 1513; tember 1513. 
living 24 November 
1537- 



Mary, married 
. . . Wheatley. 



Thomas Soame of Little=j=Elizabeth, mentioned in wills of her John Cooke=f=Frances, 



Bradley, co. Suffolk, gent; 
died, aged 64, bur. at Little 
Bradley. Memorial Brass. 
Will dated 4 October 1606, 
proved 7 November 1606, 
by Thomas Soame, son 
(P.C.C. 80 Stafforde). 



father 15 May 1552, and her step- of Rochford, 

father 12 March xff^; marr. before co. Essex. 

26 February i5|-|; named executrix 

to her husband's will 4 October 1 606 ; 

bur. at Little Bradley. Will dated 

8 April 1 61 8, proved i February 

16 1| (P.C.C. 12 Parker). 



living 15 
May 1 552. 



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Sir Thomas Fanshawe, ist Viscount Fanshawe, K.B. (eldest son of Sir Henry=f=Anne, bapt 



Fanshawe of Ware Park, co. Hertford, knight, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Smyth of Ostenhanger, co. Kent); born before 23 March 160^; created 
K.B. at the coronation of Charles L 2 February 162I; Remembrancer of the 
Exchecquer; M.P. for Hertford Borough 17 May 1624, 13 May 1625, 10 March 
162I-, 13 April 1640 to his expulsion in 1645, and for co. Hertford 11 April 1661 ; 
executor to his mother's will 2 June 1631 ; Commissioner of Array for the King 
1641, fought under the Royal Banner at Edgehill 23 October 1642, taken prisoner 
at the battle of Worcester; admitted to Gray's Inn 9 July 1660 ; created Viscount 
Fanshawe of Dromore (Ireland) 5 September 1661 ; died at Hatton Garden, 
London, aged 69, 26 March, bur. at Ware 30 March 1665. Administrations 
granted 23 June 1667, 29 May 1671 and 12 May 1674 (P.C.C.) {^See "-Dictionary 
of National Biography" Vol. XVIII., 
page ipo.) Portrait in the possession of 
Henry Ernest Fatishawe of De?tgey, co. 
Essex. He marr. 2ndly at St. Peter-le- 
Poer, London, 24 June 1629, Elizabeth, 

dau. of Sir William Cockayne of \ I ' (/ L/ I I ' V^ 

Rushton, CO. Northampton, knight. Lord VJ ' \ j 




Eimm 



at Horse- 
heath, CO. 
Cambridge, 
13 April 
1607; marr. 
there 23 
September 
1627 ; bur. 
at Ware 19 
July 1628. 
I St wife. 



Mayor of London. 



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{For issue see Vol. VI., page IJT-) 



John KilHngworth of Pampisford, co. Cambridge, esquire ; died, aged 7o,=j=Beatrice, marr, 
23 May, bur. at Pampisford 24 May 161 7. Will dated i April 1613, proved before 26 Feb- 
21 June 161 7, by Giles KilHngworth, son (P.C.C. 55 IVe/don). Inq. p. m. ruary 15^. 
taken at Cambridge 25 August 161 7 {C. Vol. j6o, No. 77). He marr. 
2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of William Cheney (marriage settlements dated 16 May 
1590); bur. at Pampisford 16 June 1620. /|\ 



Zouch Tate of de la Prb= 
Abbey, in Hardingstone, 
CO. Northampton (son of 
Sir William Tate of de la 
Prb, knight, by Eleanor 
his wife, dau. of William, 
Lord Zouch ; of Trinity 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 26 October 162 1, 
aged 15; admitted to the 
Middle Temple in 1625; 
M.P. for Northampton 26 
March 1640 and 26 Octo- 
ber 1640; Mover of the 
Self-Denying Ordinance 
passed 3 April 1645 ; bur. 
at Hardingstone. Will 
proved 15 February 165Y 
(P.C.C. 41 Grey). (See 
'■'•Dictionary of National 
Biography,'' Vol. L V, 
page 377.) 



=Katharine, bapt. 
at Horseheath, 
CO. Cambridge, 5 
December 1608 ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 15 
February 165-. 
Will dated 27 
August 1700, 
proved 2 Octo- 
ber 1700 (P.C.C. 
159 Noel). 



William, Lord Alington,= 
bapt. at Horseheath 14 
March 161^; created 
Baron Alington of Kil- 
lard, CO. Cork (Ireland) 
28 July 1642; executor 
to his father's will 29 
January r63|- ; bur. at 
Horseheath 25 October 
1648. 



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Charles, Lord Seymour of= 
Trowbridge, co. Wilts ; of Mag- 
dalen College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 18 November 1636, aged 
15 ; M.P. for Great Bedwyn 
31 March 1640, and for co. Wilts 
26 March 1661 ; succeeded his 
father as 2nd Baron 12 July 
1664; died 7 August, bur. at 
Trowbridge 12 August 1665. He 
marr. istly Mary, dau. and heir 
of Thomas Smith of Soley, co. 
Wilts. 



:Elizabeth Tollemache, 
dau. of Sir Lionel 
Tollemache of Hel- 
mingham, co. Suffolk, 
2nd baronet, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. 
of John, I St Lord 
Stanhope of Harring- 
ton, CO. Northampton ; 
marr. before i October 
1 63 1, date of marriage 
settlements ; bur. at 
Horseheath 14 April 
167 1. Will dated 5 
April 1669, proved 

17 April 167 1 (P.C.C. 
44 Duke). She marr. 
2ndly Sir William 
Compton, who died 

18 October 1663. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at Bottisham, co. 
Cambridge, 16 September 1635; 
bur. at Horseheath 30 October 1692. 
She marr. 2ndly Sir John Ernie of 
Whetham, co. Wilts, Chancellor of 
the Exchecquer ; marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 16 September 
1672 ; executor to will of his brother- 
in-law, William, Lord Alington, 6 
May 1685 ; bur. at Calne, co. Wilts, 
in 1697. He marr. istly Susan, 
dau. of Sir John Grobham Howe. 



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Seymour, Duke of Somerset. 



Lionel Alington, bapt. 
at Bottisham 26 Feb- 
ruary i63y; bur. there. 

Dorothy Alington, 
bapt. at Bottisham 
24 May 1638 ; died 
in infancy, bur. at 
Bottisham. 



Giles, 2nd Lord Aling- 
ton ; died a minor, 
bur. at Horseheath 20 
March iGSit. 



Sir Thomas Hatton of Long Stanton, co. Cambridge, knight= 
and baronet; admitted to Gray's Inn 2 February i6oy; 
knighted at Bletsho 26 July 1616 ; M.P. for Corfe Casde 
31 l)ecember 1620, Mahiiesbury February 162^, May 1625, 
and for Stamford February 162!; and March i6fj; created 
a baronet 5 July 1641 ; died, aged 75, 23 September 1658. 
Will dated 10 July 1654, with codicil dated 11 May 1658, 
proved 5 March 165! (P.C.C. 187 Pell). 



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=Mary, bapt. at Horseheath, co. 
Cambridge, 19 October 1612; 
executrix to her husband's will 
5 March 1655.; bur. at Long 
Stanton 27 August 1674. Will 
dated 3 October 1670, proved 
2 September 1674 (P.C.C. 
106 Bunce). 



Juliana Noel, dau.= 
of Baptist, 3rd Vis- 
count Campden, by 
Hester his 3rd wife, 
dau. and coheir of 
Thomas, 2nd Lord 
Wotton ; bapt. at 
Kensington, co. 
Middlesex, 4 Feb- 
ruary 164!; died, 
aged 22, 14 Sep- 
tember 1667, and 
bur. at Horseheath. 
Administration was 
granted 2 Decem- 
ber 1667, to her 
husband (P.C.C.) 
2nd wife. 



=William, Lord Alington of Wymondley, co.= 
Hertford; M.P. for Cambridge 28 March 
1664 to 28 March 1681 ; served in 
Hungary against the Turks ; Colonel of a 
Regiment of Foot 13 June 1667, and again 
17 February i67|-, Major-General of the 
land forces i May 1678, Constable of the 
Tower of London 1679 ; Lord-Lieutenant 
for CO. Cambridge 1680; created Baron 
Alington of Wymondley, co. Hertford, 
5 December 1682; died at the Tower of 
London i February, bur. at Horseheath 
17 February i68|. Will dated 16 May 
1684, proved 6 May 1685 (P.C.C. 102 
Cattfi). He marr. istly Catharine, dau. 
of Henry, Lord Stanhope (son of Philip, 
I St Earl of Chesterfield), by Catharine, 
Countess of Chesterfield, his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Thomas, 2nd Lord Wotton ; 
died 19 November, bur. at Horseheath 
4 December 1662. Portraits at Little 
Barford, co. Bedford, by Sir Peter Lely 
and Sir Godfrey Kneller, in the possession 
of Charles Edmund Argentine Alington. 



=Lady Diana Russell, dau. of 
William, ist Duke of Bedford, 
by Lady Anne his wife, dau. 
and heir of Robert, Earl of 
Somerset; marr. at Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex, 15 July 
1675 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 6 May 1685; 
died 13 December, bur. at 
Horseheath 24 December 
1 70 1. Will dated 14 Feb- 
ruary 170°, proved 19 May 
1702 (P.C.C. 70 Hern). 
Portrait at Little Barford., 
by Sir Peter Lely, in the 
possession of Charles Edmund 
Arge?itine Alitigton. She 
married istly Sir Greville 
Verney. 3rd wife. 



Sir Scrope Howe, ist Viscount Howe; born=f=JuHana, bapt. at Horse- 



in November 1648; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 5 June 1665, aged 16, created M.A. 
8 September following; knighted 11 March i66f ; 
M.P. for CO. Nottingham 1673-98 and 1710-13; 
Comptroller of the Excise 1693-1711; created 
Baron of Clenawly and Viscount Howe (Peerage 
of Ireland) 16 May 1701; died at Langar, co. 
Nottingham, 26 January 17 if, bur. there. 
Administration granted 17 July 17 13. He marr. 
istly Anne, dau. of John, 8th Earl of Rutland. 
{See '•'■Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. XXVIII., page lOi.) /^ 



William Aling- 
ton, died, aged 
13 days, 3 Sep- 
tember 1667, 



heath 30 October 1665 ; 
mentioned in her father's 
will 16 May 1684; 
marriage licence (Faculty bur. at Horse- 
Office) dated 15 July heath. 
1698; died 10 September 
1 747, bur. at Langar. Will 
dated 10 August 1747, 
proved 23 December 1747 
(P.C.C. 315 Potter). 
2nd wife. 



Howe, Earl Howe. 



Diana Alington, 
bur. at Horse- 
heath, CO. Cam- 
bridge, 24 March 
i66f 



Sir John Jacob of Woodbury, in Gamlingay, co.=pCatharine, bapt. at Horseheath 



Cambridge, 2nd baronet ; of Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 24 June 1653; of the 
Middle Temple, admitted 1653; succeeded his 
father as 2nd baronet in March i66|; bur. at 
St. Mary's, Savoy, co. Middlesex, in 1674. 
Administration granted 2 June 1674 (P.C.C.) 



28 May 1640; marr. at St. James', 
Clerkenwell, London, 26 May 
1664; died in the parish of 
St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, co. Middle- 
sex, II May 1675. Administration 
granted 12 June 1675 (P.C.C.) 



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Sir George Warburton= 
of Warburton and 
Arley, co. Chester, 
3rd baronet ; bapt. at 
Offley, CO. Hertford, 
I June 1675; M.P. for 
CO. Chester 1 702-1 705 
and 1713-22 ; died 
29 June 1743, bur. at 
Lilley, co. Hertford. 
M.I. Will dated 21 
April 1742, proved 
I July 1743 (i^-C.C. 
250 Boycott). /f\ 



=Diana, marr. Sir Nathaniel Napier of Middlemarsh^^ 

at Fulham, Hall and Moor Crichel, co. Dorset, 3rd 

CO. Middle- baronet ; of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 

sex, 18 June 1683; of Trinity College, Oxford, 

1700; died, matriculated 10 April 1685, aged 16; 

aged 28, 17 M.P. for Dorchester 1695-1708 and 

June 1705, 1710-22; succeeded his father as 3rd 

bur.atLilley. baronet in January 170! ; died 24 Feb- 

M.I. ruary 172I-. Will with five codicils 

dated 22 July 17 14 to 15 October 

1724, proved 2 July 1728, by Sir 

William Napier, baronet, son (P.C.C. 

218 Brook). He marr. istly Jane, dau. 

of Sir Robert Worsley, 3rd baronet. 



^Catharine, born 27 
September, bapt. at 
Horseheath 3 October 
1677 ; marr. at Isle- 
worth, CO. Middlesex, 
28 August 1694, mar- 
riage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 1 7 August 
1694, marriage settle- 
ments dated 1 1 March 
169^; died 13 April 
1724, bur. at Min- 
terne Magna, co. 
Dorset. 2nd wife. 



A 

Sturt, Baron Alington 
of Crichel. 



Ursula Drury, dau. of Sir Robert= 
Drury of Hawstead, co. Suffolk, 
knight. I St wife. 



=Sir Giles Alington=j=Alice Middleton, 
of Horseheath, co. 
Cambridge. 



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{For issue see page 16.) 



dau. of John 
Middleton. 2nd 
wife. 



Thomas Alington, 
mentioned in will 
of his half-brother, 
Robert Alington, 
15 May 1552. 
Will proved 25 
November 1553 
(P.C.C. 21 Tashe). 



Richard Alington of Lincoln's Inn,= 
London, esquire ; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 24 October 1546; 
executor to will of his brother, 
Thomas Alington, 25 November 
1553; died 23 November 1561, 
bur. in the Rolls Chapel, London. 
M.I. The monument is now in 
the museum of the Public Record 
Office. Will dated 4 April 1561, 
with codicil dated 12 June 1561, 
proved 3 February 156^ (P.C.C. 
7 Streat). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Newmarket 15 December 1562 
(C. VoL 135, No. 129). 



Jane Cordell, sister and heir of Sir William 
Cordell, knight, Master of the Rolls, and 
dau. of John Cordell of Long Melford, co. 
Suffolk, gent, by Emma his wife, dau. of 
Henry Webb of Kimbolton, co. Hunting- 
don; marr. before Easter, 1556, date of 
marriage settlements ; executrix to her 
husband's will 3 February 156.V ; adminis- 
tratrix to her daughter, Anne, 18 November 
1594; died 4 January i6oy. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Bury St. Edmunds 10 September 
1605 {C. Vol. 294, No. no). Will dated 
15 July 1602, proved 7 January i6of, by 
Sir Thomas Savage, grandson (P.C.C. 
9 Harte). 



Sir John Savage of Rock Savage, CO. Chester, knight and=i=Mary, born 5 February 155^^; mentioned 



baronet; knighted in Ireland in 1599; Sheriff for co. 
Chester 1 606-1 607, Mayor of Chester 1607 ; created 
a baronet 29 June 161 1; bur. at Macclesfield, co. 
Chester, 14 July 16 15. 



in her father's will 4 April 1561, and in her 
mother's will 15 July 1602. Administration 
granted 16 May 1636 (P.C.C.) 



A 



Hildebrand, 5th Lord Alington (of Killard, co. Cork) ; bapt. at 
Horseheath, co. Cambridge, 3 August 1641 ; Captain in Lord 
Alington's Foot 13 June 1667, and 17 February 167!^, and in 
Lord Huntingdon's 20 June 1685 ; executor to will of his brother, 
Argentine Alington, 28 September 1670; bur. at Wethersfield, co. 
Essex, 25 February 172I. Will dated i July 1685, proved 3 April 
1723, by Sir John Jacob, baronet, nephew (P.C.C. 66 Richmond). 
Portrait at Little Barford, co. Bedford^ by Sir Peter Lely, in the 
possession of Charles Edtnund Argentine Alington. 



Argentine Alington, bapt. at 
Horseheath 12 August 1646; 
Captain in Lord Alington's 
Foot 13 June 1667 ; as Cap- 
tain of the Guernsey frigate 
killed in fight with Algerines 
in 1670. Will dated 9 April 
1670, proved 28 September 
1670 (P.C.C. 115 Penn). 



Giles, Lord Alington of Wymondley, co. Hertford; 
born 4 October, bapt. at Horseheath 20 October 
1680; died at school at Eton 18 September, bur. 
at Horseheath 22 September 1691. Administration 
granted 17 October 1691, to his mother (P.C.C.) 



Hildebrand Alington, 
born 28 January, bapt. 
at Horseheath 14 
February i68|^; bur. 
there 25 March 168I. 



Argentine Aling- 
ton, bur. at 
Horseheath 20 
February i68f. 



M 



William Alington of Gray's Inn,=j=Mary Wolrich, 
London, and of Westley, co. Cam- marr. at Ick- 
bridge, esquire ; admitted to Gray's worth co. Suf- 
Inn in 1551 ; mentioned in will of folk, 2 January 
his half-brother, Robert Alington, i57y. 
15 May 1552, his father's will 26 
February i5|-^, and in will of his 
sister-in-law, Jane Alington, 15 July 
1602; bur. at Westley II July 16 1 5. 
Administration granted 15 July 
16 1 5 (P.C.C.) Inq. p. m. taken at 
Cambridge 11 November 161 7. /K 

Alington of Burbage, 
CO. Leicester. 



Philip AHngton of Brent= 
Pelham, co. Hertford, 
esquire; not 22, 4 April 
1561 ; executor to his 
father's will 8 October 
1586; died 5 January 
1594. Will dated 15 
December 1594, proved 
4 February 159^ (P.C.C. 
12 Scott). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Hoddesdon 
4 February 1594 {C. 
Vol. 243, No. 71). /K 



=Susan Allen, dau. of 
Thomas Allen; marr. 
at Horseheath 5 June 
1585, marriage settle- 
ments dated 19 July 
1585; living at Brent 
Pelham 4 February 
159I. Shemarr. istly 
Thomas Andrews of 
Bury St. Edmunds, 
CO. Suffolk, esquire. 



Elizabeth, died 
before 26 Feb- 
ruary 15II ; 
married Robert 
Chapman. 

A 



Thomas Brown of Flamberds,= 
in Cold Norton, co. Essex, 
esquire ; marriage settlements 
dated 11 January 155!; died 
2 May 1567. Will dated 2 May 
1567 (P.C.C. IS Stonarde). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Stratford 
Langthorne 29 May 1567 
(C. Vol. 147, No. J 43). I St 
husband. 



=Joan, mentioned in her 
father's will 26 February 
^Sl^j marr. 2ndly Henry 
Mildmay of Great Leighs, co. 
Essex, esquire ; mentioned in 
his father-in-law's will 26 Feb- 
ruary i5s^{^; died 4 January 
160". Inq. p. m. taken at 
Chelmsford 2 April 1601 
{Vol. 263, No. 3 \2\). 



Anne Alington. 
M.I. at Horseheath. 



Frances Alington. 
M.I. at Horseheath. 



Margaret Alington. 
M.I. at Horseheath. 



A 



Anne Alington of St. Botolph's, 
Aldersgate, London; born 26 
February, bapt. at St. Dun- 
stan's-in-the-West, London, 27 
February 1 5 5 1 ; mentioned in 
her father's will 4 April 1561 ; 
died unmarried. Administra- 
tion granted 18 November 
1594 (P.C.C.) 



Sir John Stanhope of Shelford, co. Nottingham, and=j=Cordell, born 
of Elvaston, co. Derby, knight ; of Magdalen College, 4 July 1562 ; 
Oxford, matriculated 10 January 157*, aged 15, B.A. died before 
157^, created M.A. 1592; admitted to Gray's Inn 15 July 1602. 
1578; Treasurer of the Chamber to Queen Elizabeth 
and Governor of Colchester Castle ; knighted at 
Belvoir Castle 22 April 1603. Will dated 19 July 
1610, proved 4 May 1611 (P.C.C. 45 Wood). He 
marr. 2ndly Catharine, dau. of Thomas Trentham of 
Rocester Priory, co. Stafford. /|\ 



24 



George Alington of Rushford,= 
CO. Norfolk {see page 77). 



=Anne Cheeke, dau. of Peter 
Cheeke of Pirgo, co. Essex, 
esquire. 



Hugh Alington of Tinwell,= 
CO. Rutland, esquire, 
Registrar of the Court of 
Requests ; mentioned in 
will of his brother, Giles 
Alington, 2 November 
1580; bur. at Tinwell. 
Will dated 2 October 16 16, 
proved i October 1618 
(P.C.C. 94 Meade), 



=Elizabeth Cecil, dau. 
of Richard Cecil ; 
marr. in 1580; 
mentioned in will of 
her sister-in-law, Alice 
Swinscoe, 6 August 
1 6 10; bur. at Tinwell 
6 December 161 1. 
She marr. istly Robert 
Wingfield of Upton, 
CO. Northampton. 



Giles Alington, Treasurer 
of Lyons Inn, London ; 
died in the parish of 
St. Mary Woolchurch, 
London, 8 November 
1580, bur. in St. Clement 
Danes, London. Will 
dated 2 November 1580, 
proved 8 May 1581 
(P.C.C. 17 Darcy). 



Richatd Aling- 
ton, died 9 April 

1579- 



Henry Alington of St. Michael^ — 
Bassishaw, London, Citizen 
and Skinner ; mentioned in will 
of his brother, Giles Alington, 
2 November 1580; died 20 
January, bur. at Tinwell, co. 
Rutland, 25 January 160". 



=Anne, dau. and heir of Thomas Metcalfe of London, Citizen 
and Goldsmith, by Alice his wife, dau. of Thomas Cook; 
marriage licence (Bishop of London) dated 2 January i57f; 
aged 32 and more at the death of her father 13 March i57f ; 
mentioned in will of her brother-in-law, Giles Alington, 
2 November 1580; died at Stratford-at-Bow, co. Middlesex, 
27 January i59f. Inq. p. m. taken at the Town-house in 
High Holborne 16 June 1602. She marr. istly Richard 
Elkyn, Citizen and Skinner of London. 



Metcalfe Alington of Hoxton, co. Middlesex, gent ; bapt.=j=Katharine Kitson, dau. and heir 



at St. Thomas -the -Apostle, London, 30 October 1575 ; 
mentioned in wills of his aunt, Alice Swinscoe, 6 August 
1 6 10, and his uncle, Hugh Alington, 2 October 1616; 
died 31 December 1631. Inq. p. m. taken at the Quest 
House in High Holborne, London, i March 163^^ 
{C. 531, 6). "a 



of Abraham Kitson of London, 
Citizen and Draper ; mentioned 
in will of George Alington 
2 August 1632. 



{For issue see page jo.) 



25 



George Alington of Swinhope, co.= 
Lincoln ; of Gray's Inn, admitted 20 
February 159!; mentioned in will of 
his brother, Giles Alington, 2 November 
1580; executor to wills of his sister, 
Alice Swinscoe, 10 April 161 1, and his 
brother, Hugh Alington, i October 
1618; aged 82, 2 August 1632; died 
in St. John's Street, co. Middlesex, 
9 February, bur. at St. Botolph's, 
Aldersgate, London, 19 February 163I. 
Will dated 2 August 1632, proved 
5 March 163I (P.C.C. 22 Russell). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Horncastle, co. 
Lincoln, 25 April 1633 (C. 470, 27). 



=Jane Morrison, dau. of 
Thomas Morrisonof Cadeby, 
CO. Lincoln, Clerk of the 
Pipe, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Thomas 
Moigne of North Willing- 
ham, CO. Lincoln; mentioned 
in wills of her brother-in-law, 
Giles Alington, 2 November 
1580, and her sister-in-law, 
Alice Swinscoe, 6 August 
1 6 10; died 15 February, 
bur. at St. Botolph's, Aiders- 
gate, London, 26 February 
i6ii. 



Thomas Belman,=y=Jane. 
a native of 
France, tutor to 
Edward VL 

A\ 



Charles Alington of= 
St. Botolph's, Aiders- 
gate, London ; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 12 June 
1592, aged 15; living 
6 August 16 10, 



=Ehzabeth Claypole, dau. of Adam Claypole 
of Northborough, co. Northampton, by 
Dorothy his wife, dau. of Robert Wing- 
field of Upton, CO. Northampton ; marr. 
at Tinwell, co. Rutland, 25 May 1612. 
She marr. 2ndly John Burning of Stifford, 
CO. Essex, marriage licence (Bishop of 
London) dated 7 November 16 16. 



Hugh Alington, admitted 
to Gray's Inn 12 June 
1592 ; mentioned in will 
of his uncle, Hugh 
Alington, 2 October 16 16; 
died s.p. 



George Alington of Swinhope,= 
CO. Lincoln ; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 2 March 161^; 
mentioned in will of his 
uncle, Hugh Alington, 2 Oc- 
tober 1616, bur. at Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, 11 February i62y. 



=Elizabeth Hickman, dau. of Walter 
Hickman of Kew, co. Surrey, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Nicholas 
Haynes; bapt. at Richmond 15 Sep- 
tember 1598; marr. at Gainsborough, 
CO. Lincoln, 28 April 161 7. She marr. 
2ndly William Paynter of co. Kent. 



Joan Alington, bur. at 
Healing, co. Lincoln, 
5 September 1589. 



Elizabeth Alington, 
bapt. at Healing 11 
August 1588; bur. 
there 5 September 
1589. 



George Alington, died in 
infancy, bur. at Richmond 
6 April 1619. 



Jane Alington, bapt. at Richmond 
10 July 1620, bur. there 18 
August 162 1. 



26 



John Alington of St. An-= 
tholin's, London, draper, 
afterwards of Lewisham, 
CO. Kent ; executor to 
will of his brother, Giles 
Alington, 8 May 1581 ; 
mentioned in will of his 
sister, Alice Swinscoe, 
6 August 1 6 10; died 
before 2 October 16 16. 
He marr. 2ndly before 
30 January i6o|, Kathe- 
rine, and 3rdly Mary, 
mentioned in will of 
her brother-in-law, Hugh 
Alington, 2 October 16 16. 



=Alice Elkin, dau. 
of Richard Elkin 
of St. Mary Wool- 
church, London ; 
marriage licence 
(Bishop of Lon- 
don) dated 18 
December 1581. 
ist wife. 



Christopher Swinscoe= 
of Peterborough, co. 
Northampton, gent ; 
mentioned in will 
of his brother-in-law, 
Giles Alington, 2 No- 
vember 1580, bur. in 
Peterborough Cathe- 
dral. Will dated 30 
January i6o|, proved 
II March i6of 
(P.C.C. 20 Stafford). 



=Alice, mentioned in 
will of her brother, 
Giles Alington, 2 No- 
vember 1580; executrix 
to her husband's will 
II March i6o|-; died 
20 January, bur. in 
Peterborough Cathedral 
24 January i6iy. Will 
dated 6 August 16 10, 
with codicil dated 16 
January 16 ij, proved 
10 April 161 1 (P.C.C. 
31 Wood). 



/K 



Ann Alington, bapt. 
at St. Antholin's, 
London, 2 December 
1582. _ 

Henry Alington, bapt. 
at St. Antholin's, 
London, 10 May 
1584; bur. there 
3 March 1584. 



William Wymerswold= 
of the City of Lon- 
don, esquire (son of 
Edward Wymerswold 
of Southwell, CO. Not- 
tingham, gent) ; aged 
23, I April 1608 ; 
living 2 August 1632. 



/N 



=Magdalen, bapt. at St. An- 
tholin's, London, 29 June 
1586; marriage licence 
(Bishop of London) dated 

1 April 1608, then aged 20; 
mentioned in will of her 
uncle, Hugh Alington, 

2 October 1616 ; living 
2 August 1632, 



Thomas Alington, 
bapt. at St. An- 
tholin's, London, 
28 January 158^. 



Hugh Alington, 
bur. at St. An- 
tholin's, London, 
8 November 1590. 



William Methwold= 
of London, and of 
Pirkenham, co. Nor- 
folk, gent ; died 29 
August 1586. Will 
dated 29 August 
1586, proved 8 Oc- 
tober 1586 (r.c.c. 

49 Windsor). 



A\ 



=Susan, mentioned 
in will of her 
brother, (iiles Aling- 
ton, 2 November 
1580 ; executrix to 
her husband's will 
8 October 1586; 
living in 1619. 



Sir William Mcthwold, 
Chief Justice, Ireland. 



. . . Readfr=j=Mary, of Northolme, Wainfleet, co. 
of Ringstead, Lincoln ; mentioned in wills of her 
CO. Norfolk ; grandmother, Mary Alington, 24 
died before 20 November 1537, her brothers, Giles 
January i6o|. Alington, 2 November 15S0, and 
Hugh Alington, 2 October 16 16, 
and her sister, Alice Swinscoe, 
6 August 1610. Will dated in 
1615. Administration granted 19 
March 161-^, to Susan Methwold 
(P.C.C. 28 Parker). 



Giles Alington of Westley, co. 
Cambridge, gent (see page ig). 



=Susan Cook. 



Mary Hervey,=f<Jiles Alington of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, = 



dau. of John 
Hervey of Ick- 
worth, CO. Suf- 
folk, esquire, 
by Frances his 
wife, dau. and 
coheir of Ed- 
mund Bocking 
of Ashbocking, 
CO. Suffolk, 

esquire; bapt. at 
Ickworth 20 No- 
vember 1589; 
bur. there 4 Sep- 
tember 1626. 
ist wife. 



esquire; born after 24 April 1592 ; mentioned in 
will of his grandfather, Richard Alington, 30 
January 159I; bur. at Westley 10 May 1655. 
Will with three codicils dated 5 April 1647 to 
25 November 1651, proved 20 June 1655 
(P.C.C. 75 Aylett). 



=Elizabeth Jermyn, dau. of 
Edward Jermyn ; bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bury St. 
Edmunds, 22 May 1610; 
marr. there 27 March 
1630. 2nd wife. 



John Chamberlain of=^Elizabeth, bapt. at St. Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, 
St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Milk Street, London, 
silkman. 



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23 



December 1631 ; mentioned in her father's 
will 5 April 1647 ; marriage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 2 December 1663. 



Edmund Pott of Bury=i=Susan, bapt. at St. 



St. Edmunds, gent ; 
died 24 April 1 682, bur. 
at St. Mary's, Bury St. 
Edmunds. M.I. {^See 
" Fragmenta Genea- 
logica" Vol. IX., 
page 70). Will dated 
6 July 1676, proved 
8 May 1682, by 
William Pott, son 
(P.C.C. 61 Cotile) 



Mary's, Bury St. Ed- 
munds, 8 March 
163I; mentioned in 
wills of her father 
5 April 1647, and her 
husband 6 July 1676; 
died, aged 91, 16 
August 1724, bur. at 
St. Mary's, Bury St. 
Edmunds. 



Judith Alington, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bury St. 
Edmunds, 31 July 1634; 
living 5 April 1647. 



Charles Alington, bapt. 

at St. Mary's, Bury St. 
Edmunds, 27 October 
1635- 



A 



Henry Alington, = 
bapt. at Norton, 
CO. Suffolk, 13 
July 1637 ; men- 
tioned in his 
father's will 5 
April 1647; died 
s.p. before 10 
February 170JJ. 



=Elizabeth Havers, dau. 
of Gilbert Havers; mar- 
riage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 1 5 August 
1664. Will dated 10 
February 170I, proved 
9 July 1704 (P.C.C. 
140 Ash). 



Charles Alington, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, 
10 May 1641 ; living 5 April 
1647. _ 

John Alington, mentioned in 
his father's will 5 April 1647 > 
bur. at St. James', Bury St. 
Edmunds, 30 June 1665. 



Frances Alington, 
bapt. at Nowton, 
CO. Suffolk, 22 
May, bur. there 
27 May 1 61 3. 



John Alington of 
Bury St. Edmunds ; 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bury St. Edmunds, 
6 October 16 14. 
Administration was 
granted 31 October 
1636 (Arch : of 
Sudbury). 



James Alington of Bury St.= 
Edmunds, gent : mentioned in his 
father's will 5 April 1647 ; bur. at 
Eye, CO. Suffolk. Will dated 24 
January i66y, proved 2 December 
1669 (Arch: of Sudbury). 



=Judith, executrix 
to her husband's 
will 2 December 
1669; bur. at 
Eye. 



28 



Henry Edgnr of Eye.=Mary. 



Richard Alington, 
mentioned in wills 
of his father 5 
April 1647, and his 
brother, Thomas 
Alington, 3 Sep- 
tember 1658; living 
24 December 1670. 



. . . .=j=William Alington, Citizen and= 
ist wife. Fishmonger of London; bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, 
8 September 1618; mentioned 
in wills of his father 5 April 
1647, and his brother, Thomas 
Alington, 3 September 1658; 
died, aged 59, 20 May 1678, 
bur. in St. Mary's, Bury St. 
Edmunds. M.I. {See ''Frag- 
menta Genealogica," Vol. IX., 
page yo.) Will dated 24 De- 
cember 1670, with codicil 
dated 13 August 1672, proved 
24 June i678(P,C.C. 60 Reeve). 



Dispotin Alington, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Bury St. 
Edmunds, 3 October 
1654. 



Anne Alington, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, 
6 November 1655; not 21, 
24 December 1670. 



Jane Burnet, dau. of . . . 
Burnet of Yarmouth, co. 
Norfolk ; marr. at St. Vedast, 
Foster Lane, London, 12 Jan- 
uary 1 664; executrix to her 
husband's will 24 June 1678; 
aged 35, 25 August 1679; died 
at Bedford Row, Holborn, 
London, 10 January, bur. at 
St. Andrew's, Holborn, 26 
January 1724. Will dated 26 
July 1726, proved 16 January 
i72|- (P.C.C. I Farrant). 
She marr. 2ndly Sir William 
Adams of Sprowston Hall, co. 
Norfolk, baronet ; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) dated 
25 August 1679. 2nd wife. 



Edward Leigh.=Jane, executrix to her mother's William Holbeach.=Elizabeth, marriage 
will 16 January 172!^. Adminis- licence (Vicar-General) 

tration granted 12 November dated 26 May 1692. 

1730 (P.C.C.) 



Godfrey Twelves, = 
living 3 September 
1658. 



=Mary, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bury St. Edmunds, 14 Sep- 
tember 16 19; marr. in 1650; 
living 3 September 1658. 



Robert Alington, bapt, at St.= 
Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, 
8 March 162"; mentioned in 
his father's will 5 April 1647 ; 
living 3 September 1658. 



/K 



=Sarah, living 
at Grantham, 
CO. Lincoln, 
in 1688. 



/K 



Thomas Alington of St. Mildred in==Mary Juxon, 
the Poultry, London, merchant ; baj)t. executrix to 
at St. Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, her husband's 
22 December 1622 ; mentioned in will 27 No- 
bis father's will 5 April 1647; died vembcr 1669. 
6 November 1669, bur. at Weslley, 
CO. Cambridge. M.L Will dated 3 
September 1658, proved 27 November 
1669 (P.C.C. 131 Coke). 



George Alington, 
ba[)t. at St. 
Mary's, Bury St. 
Edmunds, 27 
October 1624. 



Anne Alington, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Bury 
St. Edmunds, 28 
April 1626; men- 
tioned in her father's 
will 5 April 1647 ; 
living 3 September 
1658. 



Metcalfe Alington of= 
Hoxton, CO. Middlesex, 
gent (see page 25) 



=Katharine Kitson, dau. and 
heir of Abraham Kitson of 
London, Citizen and Draper. 



Penelope Dalyson, dau. of Sir= 
Maximilian Dalyson of Hailing, 
CO. Kent, knight, by Mary his 
2nd wife, dau. of Sir William 
Spencer of Yarnton, co. Oxford, 
knight ; bapt. at Islington, co. 
Middlesex, 9 May 161 1; bur. 
at St. James', Clerkenwell, co. 
Middlesex, 10 January 164^. 
Will dated 23 November 1643, 
proved 14 January i64|(P.C.C. 
5 Essex). I St wife. 



=Henry Alington of Swinhope,= 
CO. Lincoln, and of Hoddesdon, 
CO. Hertford, esquire; of Gray's 
Inn, admitted 9 May 1628; 
aged 24 and more on 31 De- 
cember 1631 ; executor to his 
I St wife's will 14 January 164!^; 
died, aged 59, 28 December 
1662, bur. at Broxbourne, co. 
Hertford. M.I. Will dated 22 
April 1662, proved 30 December 
1662 (P.C.C. 151 Laud). 



=Mary Beale, mentioned in 
wills of her husband 22 April 
1 662, and her step-son, Henry 
Alington, 2 May 1684; aged 
about 35, 16 May 1668. She 
marr. 2ndly at Tottenham, co. 
Middlesex, as his 2nd wife, 
John Hobbey of Stepney, co. 
Middlesex, merchant ; mar- 
riage licence (Vicar-General) 
dated 16 May 1668; died 
before 2 May 1684. 2nd wife. 



Ann Thorndyke, dau.= 
and heir of Francis 
Thorndyke of Scam- 
blesby, co. Linccjln, 
by Anne his wife ; 
bapt. at Scamblesby 
19 July 1642 ; 
living 22 April 1662. 
I St wife. 



Hugh Alington of Stenigot, co.=pJane Lister, dau. of Sir Martin 



Lincoln, esquire ; mentioned in 
his mother's will 23 November 
1643; died, aged 39, 3 June, 
bur. at Burwell, co. Lincoln, 
6 June 1674. Will dated 31 
May 1674, proved at Lincoln 
II May 1675 (1675, fo. 221). 



Lister of Burwell, co. Lincoln, knight, 
by Susanna his wife, dau. of Sir 
Alexander Temple, knight; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) dated 26 June 
167 1, she then aged about 22; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 11 May 
1675; living I May 1684. She marr. 
2ndly John Thynne. 2nd wife. 



Anne Alington of St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, London ; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 31 May 1674; bur. 
at Burwell 21 January 
168^. Will dated 28 Sep- 
tember 1681, proved 21 
January i68,\, by Matthew 
Lister, uncle (P.C.C. 
I Cottle). 



Richard Pye (son of Sir= 
Robert Pye of Farring- 
don, CO. Berks, knight, 
by Anne his wife, 
dau. of John Hampden 
of Great Hampden, 
CO. Buckingham) ; aged 
about 24, 21 February 
168^; died before 1701. 



=Barbara, mentioned in 
her father's will 31 
May 1674; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) 
dated 2 1 February 
i68|-, she then aged 
about 15. 



Hugh Aling- 
ton, bur. at 
Burwell. 



A 



Penelope Alington, 
living 23 November 
1643. 



Henry Alington of Swinhope, co.= 
Lincoln, and of Broxbourne, 
CO. Hertford, esquire; mentioned in 
his mother's will 23 November 
1643 ; executor to his father's will 
30 December 1662; aged 22, 7 July 
1663; died, aged 55, 25 March 
1690, bur. at Broxbourne. M.I. 
Will dated 2 May 1684, proved 
7 November 1691 (P.C.C. 184 Vere). 



=Elizabeth Bowyear, dau. of William 
Gamble, alias Bowyear, of Leyton- 
stone, CO. Essex, by Katherine his 
wife, dau. of Sir Marmaduke Rawdon 
of Hoddesdon, co. Hertford, knight; 
marr. 9 July 1663, marriage licence 
(Bishop of London) dated 7 July 
1663, she then aged 18; died 22 
January i68i, bur. at Broxbourne. 
M.l. 



30 



George Alington, 
living 2 August 
1632. 



Martin Stewart.=Elizabeth, mentioned in will of Hugh Alington 2 October 
16 16; marr. at St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, co. Middlesex, 
28 May 1629; living 2 August 1632. 



Margaret Alington, bapt. 
at St. Leonard's, Shore- 
ditch, 24 September 
162 1 ; living 2 August 
1632. 



Jane Alington, bapt. 
at St. Leonard's, 
Shoreditch, 20 Jan- 
uary i6i|; living 
2 August 1632. 



Judith Alington, mentioned Anne Alington. 
in will of George Alington, 
2 August 1632; living 22 
April 1662. 



Thomas Butler=Elizabeth, marr. 

of Roydon, co. at Lincoln's Inn, 

Essex ; died be- London, on Thurs- 

fore 21 August day, 10 October 

1746. 1695; died, aged 

92, 27 April 1756, 

bur. at Aston, co. 

Hertford. M.L 



Marmaduke Alington of Swinhope, co. Lincoln, esquire ; 
born in September 167 1; admitted to Merchant 
Taylors' School 11 December 1683; executor to his 
father's will 7 November 1691, and to will of his 
brother, Hildebrand AHngton, 9 March 17 if ; 
Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 7 April 1693, 
Treasurer 1737; M.P. for Amersham 16 May 1728 to 
1734; Recorder of Hertford 17 14; died at New 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, 5 September 1749, bur. at 
Broxbourne, co. Hertford. Will dated 21 August 1746, 
with codicil dated 12 May 1749, proved 5 September 
1749 (P.C.C. 271 Lisle). 



Rev. Marmaduke AHngton of Swinhope ;= 
born 2 September, bapt. at Aston, co. 
Hertford, 24 September 1760; of Gray's 
Inn, admitted 7 April 1778; of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1782; Rector of 
Walsoken, co. Norfolk, 1787; J. P. for 
CO. Lincoln ; died at Swinhope, aged 79, 
3 August, bur. there 7 August 1840. M.I. 



=Anne Emeris, eldest dau. of the Rev. John Emeris 
of Louth, CO. Lincoln, Rector of Tetford, co. 
Lincoln, by Ann his wife, only dau. of William 
Smyth Hobman of Westlaby, in Wickenby, co. 
Lincoln; born 25 February, bapt. at Louth 29 March 
1769; marr. there 15 August 1794; died at Louth 
19 April, bur. at Swinhope 24 April 1851. M.I. 

{See Pedigree of Emeris, " Visitation of England 
A and Wales;' Vol, /., page 88.) 



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William Alington of Edmonton, co.= 
Middlesex, gent ; mentioned in his 
father's will 2 May 1684; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 30 May 1700; executor to 
will of his brother, Hildebrand Alington, 
9 March i7if ; died, aged 57, 15 June 
1 73 1, bur. at Broxbourne, co. Hertford. 
M.I. Will dated 13 December 1729, 
proved i July 1731 (P.C.C 169 Js/iam). 



=Elizabeth Winford, dau. of Henry Winford of Astley, 
CO. Worcester, by Mercy his wife, sister and heir of 
Sir Thomas Cookes of Norgrove, co. Worcester, and 
sister and coheir of Sir Thomas Cookes Winford of 
Grashampton, co. Worcester, baronet ; marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) dated 6 April 1708, marriage 
settlements dated 7 April 1708; died 15 October 
1735, bur. at Broxbourne. M.I. Will dated 13 May 
1734, proved 21 November 1735 (P.C.C. 220 Ducie). 



Hildebrand Alington of New Street, Horseley- 
down, in Southwark, co. Surrey ; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 9 April 1720 ; of Queen's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 8 June 1727, 
aged 17; executor to wills of his father 
I July 1 73 1, and his mother 21 November 
1735^ died 12 September 1755, bur. at 
Broxbourne. Will dated 10 September 1755, 
proved 27 October 1755, by John Bowman 
(P.C.C. 252 Paul). 



glassman; living 10 
September 1755. 



Robert Threader,=Elizabeth, bapt. at St. 

cabinet maker and Andrew's, Holborn, 

London, 27 December 
1 7 1 1 ; marr. before 1 3 
May 1734; mentioned 
in will of her brother, 
Hildebrand Alington, 10 
September 1755; died 
3 February 1770. 



Sarah Alington, 
mentioned in wills 
of her father 13 
December 1729, 
and her mother 13 
May 1734; died, 
aged 22, 28 Feb- 
ruary 173I, bur. at 
Broxbourne. M.I. 
W^iU dated 12 Oc- 
tober 1736, proved 
8 March 173!^. 



Rev. Henry Alington of Swinhope ;= 
mentioned in wills of his father 13 December 
1729, and his mother 13 May 1734; of 
Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculated 22 
May 1735, aged 17, B.A. 173^, M.A. 1742; 
Rector of Aston, co. Hertford, 4 August 
1743; executor to wills of his sister, Sarah 
Alington, 8 March 173^, and his uncle, 
Marmaduke Alington, 5 September 1749; 
died at Aston 16 December 1781. VVill 
dated 4 November 1774, proved 26 October 
1 78 1 (P.C.C. 459 Webster). 



=Frances Baron, dau. of 
Robert Baron of Letchworth, 
CO. Hertford, by Mary 
his wife ; marr. at Letch- 
worth 5 June 1759; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 26 October 1781; died 
at Market Rasen, co. 
Lincoln, aged 77, 16 March 
1809, bur. at Swinhope. 



Rev. William Alington of Graveley,= 
CO. Hertford; born in 1761 ; of 
St. Peter's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1783, M.A. 1809; Rector 
and Patron of Twywell, co. 
Northampton, 1799; died, aged 88, 
13 December 1849. 



=Sarah Williamson, 
dau. and coheir of 
John Williamson 
of Baldock, co. 
Hertford; died 27 
September 1808. 



/K 



Henry Alington of Bailey= 
Hall, CO. Hertford; J. P. 
for CO. Hertford and 
Treasurer for that county; 
died at Bailey Hall, aged 
83, 26 March 1845, bur. 
at Hertingfordbury, co. 
Hertford. 

William Medland,nr 
died, aged 80, 21 
November 1864. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. VII., page 28.) 



=Mary Mann, 
died, aged 
87, 8 Oc- 
tober 1843. 



=Mary, died 
1 1 November 
1865. 



A 



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Henry Alington, bapt. at 
Ware, co. Hertford, 22 
April 167I. 



George Alington of Roy- 
don, CO. Essex, gent ; 
born at Aston, co. Hert- 
ford, II October, bapt. 15 
October 1676: mentioned 
in his father's will 2 May 
1684. Will dated 5 June 
1728, proved 2 May 1733 
(P.C.C. 140 Price). 



Penelope Alington, bapt. at Aston 
14 April 1678; mentioned in her 
father's will 2 May 1684; died, 
aged II, bur. at Broxbourne, 
CO. Hertford, 20 October 1689. 
M.I. _ 

Catharine Alington, bapt. at Aston 
3 January 168^; mentioned in 
her father's will 2 May 1684, and 
in will of her brother, William 
Alington, 13 December 1729; 
living 12 May 1746. 



Hildebrand Alington of Madras, 
India, merchant ; bapt. at Aston 
10 June 1683; mentioned in 
his father's will 2 May 1684; 
admitted to Merchant Taylors' 
School II March 169I; died 
on board the "Gambroone," 
in Gambroone Roads, in June 
171 2. Will dated 17 May 17 12, 
registered at Fort St. George, 
Madras, 18 October 17 12, proved 
9 March 171^ (P.C.C. 44 Aston). 



Lieut. -Colonel George Maddison of Partney Hall,= 
CO. Lincoln (2nd son of George Maddison of The 
Priory, Dunstable, co. Bedford {see Vol. VI., 
page jc?), by Mary his wife, dau. of Lancelot Baugh); 
born at Lea, co. Lincoln, 24 November 1762; 
Ensign 65th Regiment of Foot 21 April 1779, 
Lieutenant 3 May 1780, Captain 23 October 1792, 
Major I September 1795, Lieut.-Colonel 25 March 
1805, exchanged into the 77th Regiment 21 
November 1806, sold out of the Army 16 November 
1809, having served in Ceylon, Cape of Good 
Hope and the Walcheren Campaign ; executor and 
devisee of his uncle. General Baugh, in 1792; 
died at Bailey Hall, co. Hertford, aged 53, 5 August, 
bur. in the church at Hertingfordbury, co. Hertford, 
9 August 1816. M.L Will dated 28 July 1816, proved 
7 October 181 6, by Henry Alington and John Parry, 
the executors (P.C.C. 532 Wynfie). 




L xy^a^a^c^^ 



'^-^X-^ 



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=Mary, born at 
Aston 9 April, 
bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Aston, 
9 May 1765; 
marr. in Sep- 
tember 1793 ; 
died at Partney 
14 June, bur. 
in the church- 
yard at Halton 
Holgate, CO. 
Lincoln, 19 
June 1850. 
M.L 



Sarah, born at Aston ; 
died in 1854, bur. at 
Middle Rasen, co. Lin- 
coln. She marr. at 
Swinhope 7 September 
1797, the Rev. John 
Robinson, Rector of 
Faldingworth and of 
Ulceby - cum - Fording- 
ton, both CO. Lincoln, 
8 November 1814; bur. 
at Middle Rasen. 



Frances Alington, born 
at Aston in 1767; died 
21 May 1848, bur. at 
Middle Rasen. 




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{For issue sec " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. v., page I SO.) 



33 



Newdigate 

[Vol. 7, p. 




Pedigree of Newdigate. 



John Newdegate of Harefield, co. Middlesex,= 
King's Serjeant-at-Law (son of John Newde- 
gate of Harefield, esquire, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Thomas Yong, Justice of the 
Common Pleas; and fifth in descent from John 
Newdegate of New- 
digate, CO. Surrey, 
esquire) ; of Lin- 
coln's Inn, admitted 
I'alni .Sunday, 1483, 
Serjeant-at-Law 18 
November 15 10, 
King's Serjeant 1520; 
(lied at Harefield 15 
August 1528, bur. 
there. M.L Will 
dated 23 June 1528, 
proved 25 August 
1528 (P.C.C. 37 
Porch). 







=AmphilisNevill, 
dau. and heir of 
John Nevill of 
Sutton, CO. Lin- 
coln, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of 
. . . Abetchvoir; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 
25 August 1528; 
died 15 July, 
bur. at Harefield 
16 July 1544. 
M.L 



John Newdegate of Harefield, esquire ; born at= 
White Friars, London, 4 January \\%%; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted i November 1510; mentioned in 
his father's will 23 June 1528; died 19 June, 
bur. at Harefield 30 June 1545. M.L Will 
dated 18 June 1545, proved 29 January 154I 
(Cons: Court of Westminster 77 Thirlby). 



=Anne Hylton, dau. and heir of Nicholas 
Hylton of Cambridge, esquire, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John Salisbury; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, Holborn, London, 24 Hen. VII. ; 
named executrix in her husband's will 18 June 
1545 ; bur. at Harefield 9 March 154^. 



George New- 
degate, born at 
Brackenbury, 
in Harefield, 
5 March \'^\\; 
living as a 
monk at Chert- 
sey, CO. Surrey, 
in 1545- 



Amphilis New- 
degate, born 
23 February 
15 1| ; died in 
infancy. 



Mary Cheney,= 
dau. of Sir 
Robert Cheney 
of Chesham 
Bois, CO. Buck- 
ingham, knight; 
marriage cove- 
nant dated 4 
February i54f. 
I St wife. 



=John Newdegate of Harefield, = 
esquire; born 9 October 15 14; 
mentioned in will of his grand- 
father, John Newdegate, 23 
June 1528; executor to his 
father's will 29 January 154'^; 
M.P. for CO. Middlesex in 
September 1553, March 155I, 
and January 155!^; died 16 
August, bur. at Harefield 20 
August 1565. Administration 
granted 4 July 1566 (P.C.C.) 
Inq. p. m. taken at the Castle 
in St. John's Street Without 
Bars, London, 19 November 
1566 (C. Vol. 14s, No. 6t.) 



=Elizabeth Lovett, dau. of 'I'homas 
Lovett of Astwell, co. Northamp- 
ton, esquire, by his wife, Ann 
Danvers of Dauntsey, co. Wilts ; 
marr. in London 19 November 
1559, marriage settlements dated 
the same day ; died 20 August, 
bur. at Chicheley, CO. Buckingham, 
21 August 1577. Will dated 24 
July 1577, proved 20 November 
1577 {V.C.C ^^Daughtrey). Inq. 
p. m. taken at Newport Pagnell 
18 December 1577 (C Vol. 180, 
No. 2). She marr. istly Anthony 
Cave of Chicheley, esquire, and 
3rdly Richard Weston, Judge of 
the Common Pleas. 2nd wife. 



Francis Newdegate, bapt. 
at Harefield 8 March 156^ 



34 



Charles Nevvde- 
gate, born lo 
July 1493; of 
Lincoln's Inn, 
admitted 1 1 
February 15 if. 



William Newdegate, born 
at White Friars, London, 
3 February i49|-; men- 
tioned in his father's will 
23 June 1528; M.P. for 
Bedwin November 1529 
(marked " mortuus " in 
the Parliamentary return) ; 
marr. Anne Dazell, dau. 
of Sir Edward Dazell. 



Sir Robert Dormer of Wing,= 
CO. Buckingham, knight ; 
knighted 18 October 1537 ; 
died 2 July 1552. Will 
dated 20 June 1552, proved 
20 October 1552 (P.C.C. 
26 Potvell). Inq. p. m. taken 
at Aylesbury 9 August 1552 
(C. Vol. 9S, No. 5). 



=Jane, born at Hare- 
field, CO. Middlesex, 
18 August 1496 ; 
marr. before 24 May 
1 5 16; executrix to 
her husband's will 20 
October 1552; died 
at Louvain, in the 
Netherlands, 1568. 



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Anthony Newdegate of Hawnes, co. 
Bedford, esquire, Auditor of the Court 
of Overseers of Royal Lands ; born at 
Harefield 24 May 15 16; mentioned in 
wills of his grandfather, John Newde- 
gate, 23 June 1528, and of his father 
18 June 1545; died 6 July 1568, bur. 
at Hawnes. M.L Will dated 30 June 
1564, proved 20 July 1568 (P.C.C. 15 
Babi?tgto/i). 



Thomas Newdegate of= 
Wormingford, co. Essex ; 
born at Harefield 13 
November 151 7 ; men- 
tioned in wills of his 
grandfather, John New- 
degate, 23 June 1528, 
and of his father 18 June 
1545; executor to will 
of his brother, Anthony 
Newdegate, 20 July 1568. 
Administration granted 9 
November 1590 (F.CC.) 



=Mary, adminis- 
tratrix to her 
husband 9 No- 
vember 1590. 
She married 
2ndly Thomas 
Heigham, mar- 
riage licence 
dated 30 April 
1591- 



Amphilis New- 
digate, born 
27 November 
1518 ; (?) bur. 
at Harefield 
25 ^lay 1550. 



Martha Cave, dau. and coheir of= 
Anthony Cave of Chicheley, co. Buck- 
ingham, by Elizabeth Lovett his wife ; 
born 24 February 154I; marriage 
settlements dated 20 March 156I; 
died 22 November 1575, bur. at 
Harefield. Inq. p. m. taken at Cole- 
brook, CO. Buckingham, 29 May 1592 
{C. Vol. 232, No. 13). Portrait at 
Arbury in the possession of Francis 
Alexa?tder Newdigate-Newdegate. ist 
wife. 




"^'>^ C>6&^ 



=John Newdegate of Harefield, co. Middle-=f=Winifred Wells. 
sex, and of Arbury, co. Warwick, esquire ; She marr. 2ndly 
born at Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham, in Walter Stanley, 
1541 ; educated at Eton and at King's marriage licence 
College, Cambridge, Scholar 25 August (Bishop of Lon- 
1559, Fellow 26 August 1562, B.A. don) dated 22 
i56|-, M.A. of the University of Prague; March 159^- 
aged 23, 2 February i56f ; admitted to 2nd wife. 
Lincoln's Inn 23 January 1557-; adminis- 
trator to his father 4 July 1566 ; 

exchanged his lands at Harefield (except 
Brackenbury) for Arbury with Sir Edmund Ander- 
son, Chief Justice ; died in the Fleet Prison 
22 February, bur. at St. Mildred's-in-the-Poultry, 
London, 26 February 159!^. Inq. p. m. taken at the 
Castle in St. John Street Without Bars, London, 19 
May 1592 (C Vol. 2J2, No. jS). {See '^Dictionary 
of National Biography" Vol. XL., page JJO.) 
Portrait at Arbury in the possession of Francis 
A lexandcr N'ewdiga te-Newdega te. 



Henry Newdegate of Hamjiton, co. Middlesex ; 
born 14 October, bapt. at Harefield 17 October 
1576; bur. at Ashted, co. Surrey, 16 May 1629. 
M.I. Administration granted 31 July 1635 
(P.C.C.) He married Mary Haselrig. 



{Ju)r issue see page j8.) 
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Mary Newde- 
gate, a Nun at 
Syon, CO. Mid- 
dlesex ; born 
at Harefield 
2 1 September 
1497. 



John Crugg of Exeter, co.= 
Devon, gent ; named over- 
seer to his father-in-law's 
will 23 June 1528 ; died 
26 November 1533, bur. at 
Harefield, co. Middlesex. 
M.I. (now at Astley, co. 
Warwick). ^Vill dated 
20 May 1533, proved at 
Lambeth 23 April 1534 
(P.C.C. 12 Hogen.) Inq. 
p. m, taken at Exeter 
8 October 1534 (C. Vol. 
56, No. 17.) 



=Barbara, born 
atWhiteFriars, 
London, 4 No- 
vember 1498 ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 
23 April 1534. 
M.L (now at 
Astley). 



Sebastian Newdegate, born at 
Harefield 7 September 1500; 
Gentleman of the Chamber to 
Henry VHL ; mentioned in his 
father's will 23 June 1528; became 
a monk at the Charterhouse, 
London, and was executed at 
Tyburn for refusing the Oath of 
Supremacy 19 June 1535. 
Beatified by Pope Leo XHL 29 
December 1886. His wife died 
in 1524. =p 



A 



Amphilis, marr. after 3 September 
1545, Thomas Breme. 



Edward Seymour,^ 
Duke of Somer- 
set, Protector of 
England, K.G. 
{See "Dictionary 
of National Bio- 
graphy" Vol. LI., 
page 2gg). ist 
husband. 



=Anne Stanhope, dau. of= 
Sir Edward Stanhope 
of Shelford, co. Not- 
tingham, knight, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Falke, Lord Fitz- 
Warine ; died, aged 90, 
16 April 1587, bur. in 
Westminster Abbey. 
M.L Will dated 14 
July 1586, proved 
I June 1587 (P.C.C. 
36 Spencer.) 



A\ 



=Francis Newdegate of Han- 
worth, CO. Middlesex, 
esquire; born 25 October 
1 5 19; Gentleman to the 
Duke of Somerset, the 
Protector ; mentioned in 
will of his grandfather 
23 June 1528, and of his 
father 18 June 1545 ; M.P. 
for Bedwin January 155^, 
and for Chippenham Jan- 
uary 156! to 1566 ; died 26 
January 158I. Will dated 
30 May 1580, with codicil 
dated 26 January 158-^-, 
proved 13 May 1583 (P.C.C. 
29 Rowe). 2nd husband. 



Nicholas Newdegate, 
born 6 December 
1520; mentioned in 
will of his father 

18 June 1545; living 
3 October 1558; 
M.P. for Westminster 
January 155I; living 

19 November 1559. 



(ieorge Newdegate, bapt. at Harefield 
15 October 1545 ; (?) bur. there 
27 October 1546. 



Ann, marr. at Harefield 10 February \%%%, 
George Saunders; administratrix to her uncle, 
Anthony Newdegate, 12 July 1568. 



Robert Newdegate, 
born 22 May, bapt. 
at Harefield 24 May 
1578. 



Charles Newdegate (twin with Carew) ; 
born at Harefield 29 December, bapt. 
there 30 December 1579; bur. at 
Harefield 28 July 1583. 



Carew Newdegate (twin with 
Charles) ; born at Harefield 

29 December, bapt. there 

30 December 1579. 



VV^illiam Newdegate, 
born at Harefield 14 
April, bapt. there 
23 April 1581. 



Edward Newdegate, 
bapt. at Harefield 
4 March 158I. 



Frederick Newdegate, 
bapt. at Harefield 14 
April 1583, bur. there 
17 July following. 



Ralegh Newdegate, bapt. 
at Harefield 26 October 
1584 ; living 28 July 1610. 



36 



Anthony New- 
degate, born 
at Harefield, 
CO. Middlesex, 
17 November 
1502. 



Silvester Newdegate, 
born at Harefield 
16 January 15 of; 
B.A. of Oxford 18 
March 152^. 



Sir Leonard Chamberlayne of Shirburn = 
CO. Oxford, knight ; mentioned in will 
of his brother-in-law, George Newde- 
gate, 13 August 1544; knighted at 
Westminster, after the coronation of 
Queen Mary, 2 October 1553. Will 
dated 22 May 1560, proved 29 August 
1 56 1, by his sons, George, John 
and William Chamberlain (P.C.C. 
28 Loftes.) He marr. 2ndly Anne. 



=Dorothy, born 
at Harefield 20 
June 1505 ; 
bur. at Wood- 
stock, CO. Ox- 
ford. 



A\ 



George Newdegate of Oxhey= 
Hall, in Watford, co. Hert- 
ford ; born at Harefield 
26 April 1507; mentioned 
in his father's will 23 June 
1528. Will dated 13 August 
1544, proved 20 December 
1549 (P.C.C. 45 Populwell). 



=Anne Bardsey, 
executrix to her 
husband's will 
20 December 

1549- 



/N 



Sybil Newdegate, a nun 
at Holywell, co. Middle- 
sex ; born at Harefield 
2 July 1509 ; mentioned 
in will of her brother 
George 13 August 1544; 
bur. at St. Antholin's, 
London, 1 2 November 
1554- 



Dunstan Newdegate, 
born at Harefield on 
St. Dunstan's Day, 
1 9 May 1 5 1 o ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 23 June 1528 ; 
died in 1548. 



William Gardiner of Grove Place,= 
in Chalfont St. Giles, co. Bucking- 
ham, esquire; marr. before 18 
June 1545. Will dated 3 October 
1558, proved 26 November 1561 
(P.C.C. 36 Loftes). ist husband. 



=Anne, born 8 June= 
1523 ; executrix to 
her I St husband's 
will 26 November 
156 1 ; living 30 
May 1580. 



=Richard Crayford, 
marr. before 30 
June 1564. 2nd 
husband. 



Joan Newdegate, 
born 25 April 
1525- 



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Robert Newdegate of Hawnes, co. Bedford,- 
esquire; born 14 September 1528; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 23 January 15-5-^-; mentioned 
in his father's will 18 June 1545 ; M.P. for 
Buckingham January 156I to 1566, and for 
Berwick 1572; died 20 March 1584. Adminis- 
tration granted 12 May 1585 (P.C.C.) Inq. 
p. m. taken at Ampthill, co. Bedford, 13 lanuary 
1581; (C. Vol. 2op, No, 16). ' A 



=Ann Conquest, dau. of 
Edmund Conquest of Hough 
ton Conquest, co. Bedford, 
esquire, by Joan his wife, dau. 
of William Button of Ampthill ; 
administratrix to her husband 
12 May 1585 ; bur. at Hawnes 
3 August 16 1 9. 



Rose Newde- 
gate, born at 
Harefield 25 
October 1531, 
and died the 
same day. 



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Martha Cave, dau.=f=John Newdegate of Harefield,= 
of Anthony Cave. co. Middlesex, and of Arbury, 



of Anthony 
I St wife. 



CO. Middlesex, and of 
CO. Warwick, esquire. 

{See page jj.) 



=Winifred Wells. 
2nd wife. 



A 



Elizabeth, bapt. Sir John Newdegate of Arbury and of Brackcnbury=j=Anne Fitton, dau. of Sir 

at Harefield 14 in Harefield, knight; born at Harefield 5 March, Edward Fitton of Gaws 

February 156I; bapt. there 18 March 157"; of Brasenose College, 

living 24 July Oxford, matriculated 26 January 1584-; knighted 

1577 ; (?) "larr. at Whitehall 23 July 1603; died, aged 40, 

Michael Good- 28 March, bur. in Brackenbury Chapel at 

year. Harefield 12 .\pril 16 10. M.I. Will proved at 

Lichfield 14 June 1610. Inq. p. m. taken 

at Nuneaton 14 April 16 10 (C. l^ol. 345, 

No. 14s). Portrait at Arbury in the possession 

of Francis Alexander Newdigate-Newdegate. 




worth, CO. Chester, knight ; 
bapt. at Gawsworth 6 Oct. 
1574; marr. at Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex, 30 April 
1587, marriage settle- 
ments dated 27 March 
1587; died II July, bur. 
at Harefield 22 July 
1618. Will dated 28 July 
1 610, with codicil dated 
24 Oct. 161 5, proved 
6 Nov. 1619 (P.C.C. 106 
Parker). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Nuneaton 18 
Aug. 1 6 18 (C. Vol. 36S, 
No. los)- Portrait at 
Arbury by Mark Garrard, 
in the possession of Francis 
Alexatider Newdigate- 
Newdeirate. 



used \^x\^^y^ \^^^ ^,^^,^^ 




Mary, born at John Newdegate of Arbury, esquire ; born= 

Arbury 7 May at Arbury 24 May 1600; of Trinity College, 

1598; marr. 2 Oxford, matriculated 6 November 161 8, aged 

February i6i^, 18; of Gray's Inn, admitted 3 July 1620, and 

EdmundBolton of the Inner Temple November 1620; High 

ofGranborough, Sheriff for co. Warwick 1625 ; M.P. for Liver- 

co. Warwick, pool 3 March 162^^; bur. at Harefield 19 

esquire. She November 1642. Will dated 16 March 1644, 

died in 1643. proved 21 January 164! (P.C.C. 4 Crane). 

=P Portrait at Arbury in the possession of 

A Francis Alexafider Newdigate-Neivdegatc. 




=Susanna Luis, dau. of Arnold 
Luis ; marr. at Stepney 27 
June 162 1 ; mentioned in 
her ist husband's will 16 
March 1644. She marr. 
2ndly at St. Antholin's, 
London, 18 May 1646, 
Symon Edmunds, Alderman 
of London. Portrait at 
Arbi/ry in the possession of 
Francis Alexander Newdigate- 
Newdegate. 



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. . . Newdigate, 
died in infancy. 



Grysell Newdegate, born at Harefield, 
CO. Middlesex, 22 February 15 7-^, 
bapt. there i July 1572. 



Francis Newdegate, 
born 16 July, bapt. 
at Harefield 19 July 
1573- 



Mary Newdegate, bom 6 October, 
bapt. at Harefield 10 October 
1574; bur. there 20 January isSf. 



Sir Richard Newdegate of Arbury, co. Warwick, and of Harefield, co.= 
Middlesex, baronet; born at Arbury 17 September, bapt. at Chilvers 
Coton, CO. Warwick, 8 October 1602 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, 



matriculated 6 November 161 8 



^^^^hSc^ 



^e^l o|^ 




; admitted to Gray's Inn 3 July 1620, 
called to the Bar 1628, Bencher 1650, 
Serjeant-at-Law 9 February 165!, Judge 
of the Upper Bench 1654-56, Chief 
Justice January to June 1660; M.P. 
for Tamworth 5 April 1660; created a 
baronet 24 July 1677 ; he repurchased 
in 1674 the estates at Harefield 
alienated by his grandfather; died 14 
October, bur. at Harefield 19 October 
1678. Will dated 6 June 1678, 
proved 18 December 1678 (P.C.C. 
143 Reeve). {See ^^ Dictionary of 
Natiotial Biography,'' Vol. XL., 
P'^S^ 331)- Two Pictures at Arbury, 
one by Zoust, and tzvo Miniatures, 
in the possession of Francis Alexander 
Newdigate-Newdegate. 






J^i^: 



=Juliana Leigh, sister 
of Francis, Earl of 
Chichester and dau. of 
Sir Francis Leigh of 
Newnham, co. Warwick, 
K.B., by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Thomas, ist 
Viscount Brackley(Lord 
Chancellor EUesmere) ; 
married at St. Bar- 
tholomew's - the - Great, 
London, 2 February 
163^; executrix to her 
husband's will 18 De- 
cember 1678 ; died 
9 December, bur. at 
Harefield 18 December 
1685. M.L Will dated 
I September 1683, with 
codicil dated 24 June 
1684, proved i January 
i68| (P.C.C. 5 Lloyd). 
Portrait atid Miniature 
at Arbury, by Sir Peter 
Lely, in the possession 
of Francis Alexander 
Newdigate-Neivdegate. 



German Pole of= 
Rad bourne, co. 
Derby, esquire ; 
bur. in the 
church at Rad- 
bourne. Will 

dated 26 October 
1702, proved at 
York 17 October 
1730 (Vol. 81, 
fo. 590). Por- 
trait at Arbiay, 
in the possession 
of Francis Alex- 
ander Newdigate- 
Newdemte. 



=Anne, born at 
Fetter Lane, Lon- 
don, 18 January 
163!^ j marr. 17 
December 1650; 
died 14 November 
1 7 10, bur. at Rad- 
bourne. Will dated 
13 November 1703, 
with codicil dated 
29 September 1710, 
proved at York 
17 October 1730 
(Vol. 81, fo. 589). 
Portrait at Arbury 
in the possession 
of Francis Alex- 
ander Newdigate- 
Newdegate. 



Mary Newdi- 
gate, born at 
Lead Porch 
Court, Hol- 
born, London, 
31 January 
1634^; died 
I May 1634. 



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George Parker of Ratton,=j=Mary, born at 
in Willington, co. Sussex, Lead Porch 
esquire (2nd but eldest Court, Hol- 
surviving son of Sir Thomas born, London, 
Parker of Ratton, by Phila- 17 August 
delphia his wife, dau. of 1635. God- 
Henry, Lord Dacres of the mother to her 
South) ; of St. Alban Hall, niece Juliana 
Oxford, matriculated i De- 15 July 1683; 
cember 1637, aged 18 ; died in 1708, 
admitted to Lincoln's Inn bur. at Rad- 
20 November 1638 ; died 12 bourne. 
July, buried at Willington | 
14 July 1673. Will dated 
23 January 167I, proved 16 
October 1673 (P.C.C. 130 
Pye). A 

Parker of Willington, 
Baronets. 



Lettice Newdegate, of 
Dallington, co. North- 
ampton; bomatArbury, 
CO. Warwick, 3 No- 
vember 1604 ; bur. at 
Harefield, co. Middlesex, 
25 March 1625. Ad- 
ministration granted 16 
May 1625 (P.C.C.) 
Portrait at Arbiiry, in 
the possession of Francis 
Akxatider Newdigate- 
Neivdegate, 



Sir Richard Skeffington of Fisherwick, co.= 
Stafford, knight (youngest son of Sir William 
Skeffington of Fisherwick, ist baronet); 
knighted 24 August 1624; M.P. for Tamworth 
13 May 1625, and for co. Stafford 13 August 
1646; died 2 June 1647. 




=Anne, born at Arbury 
16 October 1607 ; 
died 21 May 1637, 
bur. at St. Michael's, 
Coventry,co. Warwick. 
M.I. Portrait at 
Arbury, in the pos- 
session of Francis 
Alexander Newdigate- 
Newdegate. 



A\ 



John Newdigate, 
born at Isleworth, 
CO. Middlesex, 8 
January, bapt. 18 
January 163" ; 
bur. at Harefield 
5 November 1638. 



Lettice Newdigate, born 
at Lead Porch Court, 
Holborn, London, 29 
July, bapt. I August 
1638; bur. at Harefield 
22 May 1 64 1. 



Katharine Newdigate, born at 
Lead Porch Court, Holborn, 
London, 22 October, bapt. 
30 October 1639; died 9 
November, bur. at Harefield 
10 November 1650. 



John Newdigate, 
born 29 January 
164^; bur. at 
Harefield 22 Sep- 
tember 1643. 



John Newdi- 
gate, born at 
Arbury 10 De- 
cember, bapt. 
21 December 
1666 ; died 2 
March 166^; 
bur. at Astley, 
CO. Warwick. 
M.L 



Sarah Bishopp, dau.= 
of Sir Cecil Bishopp 
of Parham, co. Sus- 
sex, 4th baronet, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. 
and heir of George 
Bury of Culham, 
CO Oxford ; marr. 
6 July, marriage 
settlements dated 
5 July 1694; died, 
aged 26, 5 October, 
bur. at Harefield 
12 October 1695. 
M.L ist wife. 



=Sir Richard Newdigate of= 
Arbury and Harefield, 
baronet; born 29 April, bapt. 
at Chilvers Coton, co. War- 
wick, 14 May 1668; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 
20 November 1685 ; admitted 
to the Liner Temple 27 Oc- 
tober 1691 ; executor to will 
of his brother, John Newdi- 
gate, 26 July 1705; died 22 
July, bur. at Harefield 18 
August 1727. M.L Will 
dated 28 January 17 if, 
proved 12 October 1727 
(P.C.C. 238 Farrant). 
Portraits at Arbury, by 
Michael Dahl and Mathew 
Dixon, in the possession of 
Francis Alexander Newdigate- 
N'ewdegate. 




=Elizabeth Twisden, dau. 
of Sir Roger Twisden of 
Bradburne, co. Kent, 
2nd baronet, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of Sir John 
Masham, baronet ; born 
31 May 1681 ; marr. at 
East Mailing, co. Kent, 
17 June 1704, marriage 
licence (Faculty Office) 
27 May 1704; executrix 
to her husband's will 12 
October 1727; died at 
Astley Castle 14 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Harefield 20 
September 1765. M.L 
Portraits at Arbury, by 
Michael Dahl and Wil- 
liafn Hoare of Bath, in 
the possession of Francis 
Alexander Newdigate- 
Newdegate. 2nd wife. 



Richard Newdigate, born in Leicester Fields, London, on Saturday, 14 April, bapt. 
16 April 1705 ; died in London 18 March 170^, bur. at Harefield 21 March 170!^. M.L 



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Mary Bagot, dau. of= 
Sir Edward Bagot 
of Blithfield, co. 
Stafford, baronet, by 
Mary his wife, dau. 
of William Lambard 
of Buckingham ; 
born 6 April 1646; 
marr. at Blithfield 
21 December 1665 ; 
died 14 September, 
bur. at Harefield, co. 
Middlesex, 19 Sep- 
tember 1692. M.I. 
Portrait at Arbury, 
CO. Warwick, by Sir 
Peter Lely, in the 
possession of Francis 
Alexander Netvdi- 
gate- New de gate, ist 
wife. 



=Sir Richard Newdigate of Arbury, co. Warwick,= 
and of Harefield, co. Middlesex, baronet ; bom 
4 May, bapt. 13 May 1644; admitted to Gray's 
Inn 7 February i65|-; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 21 March 166°; M.P. for 
CO. Warwick 28 February 168°, and 14 January 
i68|; executor to his mother's will i January 
i68| ; died at Brownlow Street, Holborn, 
London, 4 January, bur. at Harefield 20 January 
17^^. M.I. Will dated 2 September 1708. 
Administration granted 19 June 17 11 (P.C.C. 
136 You fig.) Portrait at Arbury, by Sir Peter 
Lely, in the possession of Francis Alexander 
Nezvdigate-Newdegate. 




!?/^ 



=Henrietta Maria Wig- 
ginton, dau. of Thomas 
Wigginton, of Ham, 
CO. Surrey ; marr. 2 
May 1764; renounced 
execution of her hus- 
band's will 19 June 
1 7 1 1 ; died at Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 26 June 
1739, bur. at Kingston- 
on-Thames, CO. Surrey. 
M.I. She marr. 2ndly 
Sir Francis Wyndham 
of Trent, co. Somerset, 
baronet, and 3rdly, 
William Lowfield of 
Chelsea. 2nd wife. 



Amphilis Newdigate of King's 
Norton, co. Worcester ; born 
at Arbury 24 May, bapt. at 
Chilvers Coton, co. Warwick, 
2 June 1669. Administra- 
tion granted 10 March 173^ 
(P.C.C.) 



Francis Newdigate, born 
at Arbury 14 May, bapt. 
at Chilvers Coton 28 
May 1670. Miniature at 
Arbury, i?i the possession 
of Francis Alexander 
Ahwdigatc-Newdesate. 



Walter Newdigate, born at Arbury 
10 August, bapt. at Chilvers 
Coton 22 August 167 1 ; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 3 November 1684; 
(lied at Winchester College, co. 
Hants, 23 August 1686, bur. in 
the College Cloisters. M.I. 



Hon'''^ John Chichester (son of= 
Arthur, Earl of Donegal, by Lady 
Catharine his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Arthur, Earl of Granard) ; born 
in 1700; M.P. (Ireland) for Belfast 
in the Parliaments of George I. 
and George 11. ; died at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 21 June 1746, bur. 
at Carrickfergus, co. Antrim. Will 
dated 3 June 1746, proved 28 
January 174^ (P.C.C. 7 Strahan). 



=Elizabeth, born in Leicester Fields, 
London, on Friday 14 June 1706, 
and bapt. the same day ; marr. 1 3 
September 1726; executrix to her 
husband's will 28 January 1 74!^ ; died at 
Abinger, co. Surrey, 15 February 174I. 
Will dated 28 January 1745, proved 
22 March 174I (P.C.C. 76 Strahan). 
Portrait at Arbury, by Thomas 
Hudson, ifi the possession of Francis 
Alexander Newdigate-Newdegate. 



/K 



John Newdigate, 
born at Harefield 
1 1 June, bapt. at 
Harefield 15 June 
1707 ; died at 
Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 7 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Hare- 
field 30 December 
1709. 



Chichester, Marquis of Donegal. 



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Francis New- 
digate, born 
at Lead Porch 
Court, Hol- 
born, London, 
20 April, bapt. 
27 April 1646; 
died 14 May, 
bur. at Hare- 
field, CO. Mid- 
dlesex, 17 yia.)' 
1647. 



Frances Harrison, = 
dau. of Thomas 
Harrison of North 
Mimms, co. Hert- 
ford, by Katharine 
his wife ; marriage 
licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 25 
September 1673 ; 
mentioned in her 
father-in-law's will 
6 June 1678; bur. 
at South Mimms, 
CO. Middlesex, in 
1682. ist wife. 



=Robert Newdegate of Hillingdon,= 
CO. Middlesex, esquire; born at 
Lead Porch Court, Holborn, 
London, 16 February, bapt. 22 
February i64|-j of St. Edmund's 
Hall, Oxford, matriculated 10 
March 166I; admitted to Gray's 
Inn 28 January 167", Barrister- 
at-Law 1673; died 26 November, 
bur. at Harefield 30 November 
1695. M.L Will dated 3 January 
169I, with codicil dated 4 October 
1695, proved 20 February 169! 
(P.C.C. 17 Bond). Portrait at 
Arbury, co. Warwick, in the 
possession of Francis Alexander 
Newdigate-Newdegate. 



=Juliana Beale, dau. of 
Robert Beale of Gray's 
Lm, London, esquire, 
by Margaret his wife, 
dau. of George Nutt ; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 20 February 
169^ ; administratrix 
to her son, Robert 
Newdegate, 5 February 
172!; died, aged 66, 
14 March, bur. at 
Harefield 20 March 
173I. Will dated 18 
May 1732, proved 21 
March 173I (P.C.C. 
96 Price). 2nd wife. 



George Newdegate of Hillingdon, esquire ;=pSarah Jenkyn, dau. of Godman Jenkyn of Harpenden, 



mentioned in his father's will 3 January 
169I; executor to his mother's will 
21 March 173.I; died in 1735, bur. at 
Hillingdon. M.L Will dated 29 July 
1734, proved 9 April 1736 (P.C.C. 
86 Derby). 



CO. Hertford ; executrix to her husband's will 9 April 
1736; administratrix to her son 7 July 1740; died 
in 1766, bur. at Hillingdon. M.L Will dated 
I November 1765, proved 31 January 1766 (P.C.C. 
27 Tyndall). She marr. 2ndly Samuel Nicoll of 
Uxbridge Common, co. Middlesex. 



Robert Newdegate, 
living in 1632. 



Jenkyn Newdegate of Hillingdon, esquire; died in 1740, bur. 
at Hillingdon. M.L Administration, with will undated, 
granted 7 July 1740 (P.C.C. 204 Brotvne). 



John Newdigate of Harefield, esquire ; born at Arbury, 
CO. Warwick, 10 September, bapt. at Chilvers Coton, co. 
Warwick, 17 September 1672 ; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 July 1688; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 21 July 1687, Barrister-at-Law 1694; died 
at Harefield 21 July, bur. there 26 July 1705. M.L 
Will dated 28 April 1703, proved 26 July 1705 
(P.C.C. 122 Gee). 



Gilbert Newdigate, born at Arbury 
21 March 167!, bapt. at Chilvers 
Coton 14 April 1674 ; living 
2 September 1708. Administration 
granted 20 December 1757 (P.C.C.) 
Miniature at Arbury, in the 
possession of Francis Alexander 
Newdigate-Newdegate. 



Charles Palmer of Ladbroke, co. Warwick,= 
esquire ; of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 6 March 17°^, aged 16; 
mentioned in will of John Newdegate 21 
June 1739; died in 1764. Will dated 
12 January 1759, proved 21 January 1765, 
by William Palmer, son, and Sir Roger 
Newdigate (P.C.C. 29 Rushworth). 



=Mary, born in Leicester Fields, London, 6 April, 
bapt. at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Westminster, 
26 April 1709; marr. in the chapel at Arbury 11 
October 1733, marriage settlements dated 5 October 
1733; mentioned in will of John Newdegate 21 June 
1739; died 9 July 1758. Portrait at Arbury, by 
William Iloare, in the possession of Francis 
A lexa nder Newdiga te-Newdegate. 



M 



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Charity French, dau.= 
and heir of Stephen 
French of Lewes, co. 
Sussex, by Susanna 
his wife ; mentioned 
in her mother-in-law's 
will I September 
1683; died, aged 40, 
13 January, bur. at 
St. Anne's, Lewes, 
23 January 169^. 
M.L I St wife. 



=Thomas Newdegate of Lewes, co. Sussex, and of==Elizabeth Palmer, 
Hawton, co. Nottingham, esquire ; born at Lead dau. of Edward 
Porch Court, Holborn, London, 9 May, bapt. 1 9 May Palmer of Leices- 
1650; of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 19 ter, gent. 2nd 
March i66f; of Gray's Inn i November 1662; wife, 
mentioned in his mother's will i September 1683, 
and in will of his sister, Anne Pole, 13 November 
1703; sponsor for Elizabeth Newdigate 14 June 
1706; died 24 January i72§. M.L at Nottingham. 
Will dated 3 March 172^, proved at York 19 Sep- 
tember 1723 (Vol. 77, fo. 181). Portrait at Arbury, 
CO. Wanvick^ in the possession of Francis Alexander 
Newdisate-Ne7vdegate. 



Richard Newdegate of Newark, co. Nottingham, esquire, Treasurer of the Middle Temple; 
bapt. at St. Anne's, Lewes, 22 December 1679; of St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford, matriculated 
II October 1697, aged 18; admitted to the Middle Temple 27 October 1697, Barrister-at-Law 
26 May 1704, Bencher 1733; executor to will of his brother, John Newdegate, 8 November 
1740; M.P. for Newark 12 October 1710 to January 
171^; bur. in the Temple Church 21 December 1745. 
Administration granted 8 February 174^, to Sir Roger 
Newdigate, cousin (P.C.C.) Portrait at Arbury, in the 
possession of Francis Alexander Neivdigate-Newdegate. 




Robert Newdegate, 
mentioned in codicil 
to his father's will 4 
October 1695 ; died, 
aged 31, 10 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Harefield, 
CO. Middlesex, 14 
December 1723. Ad- 
ministration granted 
5 February i72f 
(P.C.C.) 



Henry Barradell=j=Katharine, mentioned in wills 



of Little Hilling- 
don, CO. Middle- 
sex, living 
May 1732. 



of her father 3 January 169!, 
of her mother 18 May 1732, 
and of her cousin, John Newdi- 
gate, 21 June 1739; marr. at 
Harefield 7 April 17 13; died 
in 1757, bur. at Hillingdon. 
Will dated 28 February 1753, 
proved 23 May 1757 (P.C.C. 
147 Herri fig). 



Juliana Newdegate, 
mentioned in codicil 
to her father's will 
4 October 1695 ; 
died before 13 No- 
vember 1703. 



A 



William Stephens=f= 
of Barton, in the 
Isle of Wight (son 
of Sir William 
Stephens) ; died 
before 21 June 
1739- 



Mary, born at Arbury 
16 December, bapt. at 
Chilvers Coton, co. 
Warwick, 30 Decem- 
ber 1675 ; marr. 26 
August 1696, marriage 
settlements dated 20 
August 1696; living 
21 June 1739. Minia- 
ture at Arbury, iti the 
possession of Fraiicis 
Alexatider Newdigate- 
Newdegate. 



Sir Charles Sedley of= 
Southfleet, co. Kent, 
knight ; knighted at 
Whitehall 1 2 March 
i68f ; bur. at South- 
fleet 29 May 1 701. 
Administration was 
granted 30 June 1701 
(P.C.C.) 'Miniature 
at Arbury, in the 
possession of Francis 
Alexander Neivdigate- 
Newdegate. 



As. 



=Frances, born at Arbury 
30 April, bapt. at Chilvers 
Coton 15 May 1677 ; 
marr. there 8 July 1695 ; 
died 2 November 17 11. 
Will dated 2 December 
1708, with codicil dated 
19 November 171 1, proved 
14 December 1711 (P.C.C. 
268 Young). Miniature at 
Arbury, in the possession 
of Francis Alexatider 
Neivdigate-Neivdigate. 



A 



Jane Newdigate, born at Harefield, co. Middlesex, 16 July 17 10, bapt. the following day; 
died I April, bur. at Harefield 8 April 1724. M.I. 



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Thomas Newdegate, 
Lieut, of Marines ; 
bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Lewes, co. Sussex, 
3 April 1683 ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 3 March i72y. 



Anne Newdegate, bapt. 
at St. Anne's, Lewes, 
31 May 1686; died at 
Newark, co. Notting- 
ham, aged 16, 21 
December, bur. at 
St. Anne's, Lewes, 30 
December 1701. M.L 



Charity New- John Newdegate of the Six 

degate, bapt. Clerks Office, esquire; of the 

at St. Anne's, Middle Temple ; bur. in the 

Lewes, 4 No- Temple Church 28 August 1740. 

vemberi693. Will dated 21 June 1739, ^^il^h 

bur. there codicil dated 11 August 1740, 

21 November proved 8 November 1740 

following. (P.C.C. 301 Browne). Portrait 

at Arbury, co. Warwick, in the 

possession of Francis Alexander 

Newdimte-Newdemte. 



Charles Newdigate, born 
at Arbury 9 September, 
bapt. 12 September, 
1678 ; bur. at Astley, 
CO. Warwick, 10 January 
167I. 



John Venables of=Anne, born at Arbury 31 October, bapt. at 



Woodcote, CO. 
Hants. Adminis- 
tration granted 
18 March ||^. 
(P.C.C.) 



Chilvers Coton, co. Warwick, 12 November 
1679; marr. 2 June 1698; died at Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 9 December 1706. Will dated 29 
October 1706, administration granted 24 March 
1 70S (P.C.C. 52 Foley). 



John Ludford of Ansley Hall, co.= 
Warwick (son of Samuel Bracebridge, 
who took the name of Ludford, by 
Catharine his wife, dau. of John Lewis 
of Guildford, co. Surrey, esquire) ; born 
at Ansley Hall 18 May 1707, bapt. the 
same day ; of the Inner Temple, 
admitted 22 April 1723, called to the 
Bar 1732, Bencher 1763, Treasurer 
1773; mentioned in will of John 
Newdegate 21 June 1739; executor to 
will of Elizabeth Chichester 22 March 
174I; died 16 November, bur. in the 
chancel of the church at Ansley 25 
November 1775. Will dated 29 Sep- 
tember 1772, proved 19 January 1776 
(P.C.C. 24 Bellas). 



=Juliana, born at Harefield, co. Thomas Newdi- 
Middlesex, 4 September, bapt. gate, born at 
there 1 1 September 1 7 1 1 ; marr. Arbury i Oc- 
at Arbury Chapel 27 March 1733, tober, bapt. at 
marriage settlements dated 23 Chilvers Coton 
March 173'^; executrix to her 9 October 1712; 
husband's will 19 January 1776; died at Arbury 
died at Ansley Hall 19 January, 4 January, bur. 
bur. in the chancel of the church at Harefield 14 
at Ansley 29 January 1780. January 17 if. 
Will dated 10 August 1779, 
proved 29 April 1780, by John 
Ludford, son and sole executor 
(P.C.C. 200 Collins). Fortrait at 
Arbury, by IVilliam Hoare, in the 
possession of Francis Alexander 
Neivdiga te-Newdega te. 



A\ 



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Samuel Boys of==Jane, born 4 February, 
Hawkhurst, co. bapt. at Chilvers Coton, 
Kent. CO. Warwick, 26 Feb- 

ruary i68y; marr. 12 
March lyof ; godmother 
to Richard Newdigate 
22 July 1 7 16. 



Abraham Meur of=Elizabeth, born at Arbury, 
St. Anne's, West- co. Warwick, 3 April, bapt. 
at Chilvers Coton 29 April 
1682; marr. 8 April 1708; 
died 9 July 17 10. Admon 
granted 2 August 17 10 
(P.C.C.) 



minster ; administrator 
to his wife 2 August 
1 7 10; living 19 No- 
vember 1 71 1. 



Sir Edward Newdigate of Arbury, co. 
Warwick, and of Harefield, co. Middlesex, 
baronet ; born at Arbury 7 May, bapt. at 
Chilvers Coton 16 May 1715; educated 
at Westminster School and University 
College, Oxford, matriculated 10 October 
1732, aged 17; died 14 April, bur. at 
Harefield 17 April 1734. M.I. Admistra- 
tion granted 16 April 1741 (P.C.C.) T%vo 
Portraits at Arbiiry\ in the possession of 
Francis Alexander Newdegate-Newdigate. 



Richard Newdigate, born at 
Harefield 16 July, bapt. 
at Harefield 22 July 17 16; 
died of small-pox at West- 
minster School 16 April, 
bur. at Harefield 18 April 
1732. M.I. Portrait at 
Arlmry, by Bernard Lens, 
in the possession of Francis 
Alexa?ider Newdigate-New- 
degate. 



Charles Newdigate, 
born at Arbury 
6 April, bapt. at 
Chilvers Coton 16 
April 1 7 18; died at 
Arbury 27 March, 
bur. at Harefield 
2 April 1724. M.I. 



Sophia Conyers, dau.= 
of Edward Conyers 
of Copthall, CO. 
Essex, by Matilda 
his wife, dau. of 
William, ist Baron 
Lempster ; born 20 
December 17 18; 
marr. 31 May 1743 ; 
died 9 July 1774. 
bur. at Harefield. 
M.I. Miniature and 
Portrait at Arbury, 
by William Ho are, 
in the possession 
of F?-ancis Alexan- 
der Newdigate-New- 
degate. ist wife. 



=Sir Roger Newdigate of Arbury and of Harefield,= 
baronet; born 20 May, bapt. 2t^ May 1719; 
educated at Westminster School and at University 
College, Oxford, matriculated 9 April 1736, aged 
16, created M.A. 16 May 1738, D.C.L. 13 April 
1749; M.P. for CO. Middlesex 5 August 1742, 
and for Oxford University, 31 January i75y to 
I September 1780; Founder of the Prize for 
English Poetry at Oxford ; died at Arbury 23 
November, bur. at Harefield 5 December 1806. 
Will with nine codicils dated 30 October 1800 to 
16 October 1806, proved 14 December 1806, by 
Francis Newdigate, sole executor (P.C.C. 952 Pitt). 
{See ^'Dictionary of National Biography," Vol. XL., 
page 3Ji). Portraits at Arbury, by George Romney, 
Bernard Lens and William I/oare, in the possession 
of Francis Alexander Newdigate-Newdegate. 




=Hester Margaretta 
Mundy, dau. of 
Edward Mundy of 
AUstreeand Shipley, 
both CO. Derby, by 
Hester his wife, 
dau. and heir of 
Nicholas Miller of 
Shipley ; bapt. at 
Heanor, co. Derby, 
12 July 1737; marr. 
3 June 1776 ; died 
at Arbury 30 De- 
cember 1800, bur. 
at Harefield. M.I. 
Portrait by George 
Romney at Arbury. 
2nd wife. 



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Robert Glegg of Gayton, co.= 
Chester, son of Sir Robert 
Glegg. Administration granted 
at Chester in 1723. 



=Juliana, born at Arbury, co. Warwick, 15 July, bapt. at 
Chilvers Coton, co. Warwick, 28 July 1683; married 24 
August 1710; administratrix to her sister Amphilis 10 March 
173^. Will proved at Chester in 1737. 



Francis Newdigate of Nottingham ; born at= 
Arbury 27 August, bapt. 12 September 1684; 
of Gray's Inn, admitted 16 May 1700; died 
at Nottingham 28 August, bur. at Hare- 
field, CO. Middlesex, 2 September 1723. 
Will dated 28 July 1722, proved at York 
22 April 1724 (Vol. 77, fo. 443.) 



=Millicent Pole, dau. of Samuel Pole of Rad- 
bourne, co. Derby, by Anne his wife ; born 24 
December 1685; marr. i May 1712; executrix 
to her husband's will 22 April 1724; died, aged 
74, 2 October, bur. at Mugginton, co. Derby, 
7 October 1760. Will dated 30 August 1760, 
proved at York 17 December 1761 (Vol. 105, 
fo. 239). 



Francis Newdigate, born on Sunday, 19 April,= 
bapt. 23 April 17 13; executor to his mother's 
will 17 December 1761 ; died 26 July, bur. at 
Kirkhallam, co. Derby, i August 1762. Will 
dated 26 June 1762, with codicil dated 24 July 
1762, proved at York 13 September 1762 
(Vol. 106, fos. 560, 563). 



=Elizabeth Pole, dau. of 
Lieut. -General Edward 
Pole; marr. 29 October 
1751 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 13 Sep- 
tember 1762 ; died 
3 March 1788. She 
marr. istly, 23 June 
1748, Samuel Stead. 



Captain John Newdi- 
gate, born on Friday, 
23 July, bapt. 3 
August 1 7 14; died 
at St. Christopher's, 
in the West Indies, 
I July 1738. 



William Parker of Salford Priors, co.= 
Warwick (son of William Parker of 
Salford) ; of Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 31 May 1721^ aged 16; of 
the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law 1729, 
Bencher 1761 ; mentioned in will of John 
Newdegate 21 June 1739; bur. 4 April 
1778. Will dated 17 February 1763. 
Administration granted 15 May 1778 
(P.C.C. 212 Hay). Portrait at Arbury^ 
in the possession of Francis Alexander 



Newdigate- Neivdega te. 



=MilHcent, born on Thursday, 
7 March, bapt. 13 March 
171^; marr. 19 December 
1738; mentioned in will of 
John Newdegate 21 June 
1739; died 30 September, 
bur. at Salford Priors 7 Oc- 
tober 1763. Portrait at 
Arbury., in the possession of 
Francis Alexander Newdigate- 
Newdimte. 



Charles Newdigate, 
born on Wednes- 
day, 2 April 17x8 ; 
died on Wednesday, 
24 September, bur. 
at Manchester 28 
September 1722. 



A 

(^See Pedigree of Parker, 
next page.) 



46 




Pedigree of Parker, 



Newdigate. 

[Vol. 7, page 53.] 






6eJof CQ^^'^W 
?64 ^ 



William Parker of Salford,=f=^ 
CO. Warwick, gent. Will 
dated 5 June 1729, proved 
6 July 1730 (P.C.C. 
199 Auber). 



Robert Parker of Salford, 
esquire ; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 31 



May 1 72 1, 
executor to 
will 6 July 
ministration 



June 1737 (P.C.C] 



aged 1 7 ; 
his father's 
1730. Ad- 
granted 28 



^Villiam Parker of Salford Priors,= 
CO. Warwick ; of Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated 31 May 
1721, aged 16; of the Inner 
Temple, Barrister-at-Law 1729, 
Bencher 1761 ; mentioned in will 
of John Newdegate 21 June 1739; 
bur. 4 April 1778. Will dated 17 
February 1763. Administration 
granted 15 May 1778 (P.C.C. 
212 Hay). 



=Millicent Newdigate, only dau. 
of Francis Newdigate of Not- 
tingham (^see previoiis page) ; 
born on Thursday, 7 March, 
bapt. 1 3 March 1 7 1 f ; marr. 
19 December 1738, marriage 
settlements dated 18 December 
1738; mentioned in will of 
John Newdegate 21 June 1739; 
died 30 September, bur. at 
Salford Priors 7 October 1763. 



Millicent Parker, born on Tuesday, 
3 April 1744, bapt. the following 
day; living 17 February 1763. 



Mary, born on Thursday, 9 January, 
bapt. 10 January 174!; marr. the 
Rev. Edward Beresford of Arnold, 
CO. Nottingham, marriage settle- 
ments dated 10 May 1774. 



William Parker, born 23 June 1747, 
bapt. the same day; died 1 1 Marcli, 
bur. at Mugginton, co. Derby, 14 
March 174!^. 



Rev. Robert Parker= 
of Salford Priors, co. 
Warwick, and of 
Hawton, co. Notting- 
ham ; born 23 May 
1 748, bapt. the same 
day ; administrator 
to his father 15 
May 1778. Minia- 
ture at Arbury, co. 
Warwick, in the 
possession of Francis 
Alexander N'ew di- 
late- Neivdegate. 



=Lucy Hanneretta 
Bird, dau. of 
Martyn Bird ; 
marr. 14 August 
1776. Miniature 
at Arbury, in 
the possession of 
Francis Alexan- 
der Neivdigate- 
Newdegate. 



Frances Philippa, 
born 5 October, 
bapt. 19 October 
1750; mentioned 
in her father's 
will 17 February 
1763; died in 
1799. She marr. 
in February 1 7 85, 
Richard Sockett. 



/K 



Janetta Hester 
Parker, born 1 1 
December 1786. 



Sophia Parker, born 
in January 1788; 
died in infancy, bur. 
at St. Marylebone, 
CO. Middlesex. 



Sophia Elizabeth Parker, 
born 14 June 1789 ; 
bur. at Astley, co. War- 
wick, 28 October 1882. 



Mary Parker, born 30 
November, bapt. at 
Harefield, co. Middlesex, 
14 December 1790; bur. 
there 7 February 1848. 



47 



Francis Newdigate of Kirk and West Hallam, co.^ 
Derby, and of Arbury, co. Warwick; bom 29 
November 1751, bapt. at Salford the same day; 
of University College, Oxford, matriculated 10 May 
1770, aged 18; by Royal Licence dated 26 May 
1773, hs "^^^ his issue were authorized to assume 
the surname of Newdigate in lieu of their 
patronymic of Parker, and to bear the arms of 
Newdigate ; died at Leamington, co. Warwick, 
aged 84, 5 February, bur at Astley, co. Warwick, 
12 February 1835. Portrait at Arbury, by Anthony 
Stewart, in the possession of Francis Aiexa?ider 
Newdigate-Newdegate. /^ 



=Frances Sneyd, eldest dau. of Ralph 
Sneyd of Keele, Sneyd, Tunstall and 
Bradwell, all co. Stafford, by Barbara his 
wife, dau. of Sir Walter Wagstaffe Bagot 
of Blithfield, co. Stafford, 5th baronet, 
by Lady Barbara his wife, dau. of 
William, ist Earl of Dartmouth, Lord 
Privy Seal; born in 1751 ; marr. at Keele 
10 July 1773; died 21 November, bur. 
at Astley 30 November 1809. Portrait at 
Arbury, by Hamilton, in the possession of 
Francis Alexander Newdigate-Newdegate. 



{For issue see " Visitation of Englatid and I Vales," 
Vol. VIL, page jj.) 



Charles Parker of Harefield Lodge, co. Middlesex ;= 
born 12 August 1754, bapt. the following day; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 11 June 1773, 
B.A. 1778, ALA. 1780; died, aged 39, 24 April 
1795. Administration granted 9 July 1795 (P-C.C.) 
Miniature at Arbury, by George Engleheart, in tlie 
possession of Francis Alexander Newdigate-Newdegate. 



=Jane Anstruther, dau. of Sir John 
Anstruther of Anstruther, 2nd baronet, 
by Janet his wife, dau. of James Fall 
of Dunbar ; administratrix to her 
husband 9 July 1795; marr. in 1785; 
bur. at Harefield 23 November 1818. 
Portrait by Sir Thomas Lawretice, 
P.R.A., also Miniature by George 
Engleheart, at Arbuiy, in the 
possession of Francis Alexander 
Newdiga te-Neivdega te. 



Charles Newdigate=f=Maria Boucherett, dau. of Ayscough Boucherett of Louisa MiUicent 



Newdegate of Hare- 
field ; born 8 June, 
bapt. at Harefield 
17 July 1793; died 
23 April, bur. at 
Harefield 29 April 
1833- 



Willingham and of Stallingborough, both co. Lincoln, Parker, born 5 

by Emilia his wife, dau. of Charles Crokatt of January 179S; 

Luxborough Hall, co. Essex; marr. 15 April 181 5; bur. at Astley 10 

died 21 January, bur. at Harefield 29 January 1868. January 1834. 
Portrait at Arbury, by Sir William Charles Ross, in the 
possession of Francis Alexander Netvdigate-Nezvdegate. 




Rt. Hon*^'^ Charles Newdigate Newdegate of Arbury and Harefield; born 14 July 1816; 
educated at Eton 1829-34, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 15 May 1834, 
B.A. 1849, M.A. 1859; created D.C.L. 9 June 1863; M.P. for North Warwick 10 March 
1843-85; Privy Councillor 6 February 1886; died at Arbury 10 April, bur. in Harefield 
Church 16 April 1887. {See ''Dictionary of National Biography;' Vol. XL., page J2p). 
Portraits at Arbury, by Sir William Charles Ross and Frederick William Say, in the 
possession of Francis Alexander Neivdigate-Newdegate. 



48 



Pedigree of r Anson. 



I'Anson. 

[Vol. 7, p. 65.] 



Brian I'Anson of Ashby St. Ledger, co. Northampton,= 
Alderman of London, Citizen and Draper, Sheriff 
for CO. Buckingham 1614 (son of James I'Anson of 
Hawkeswell, co. York, Captain R.N., by Anne 
Carlisle his wife) ; received confirmation of arms 
from William Camden, Clarencieux, 27 May 1605 ; 
entered his pedigree in the Visitation of London 
1633, then aged 74; died 10 November, bur. at 
Ashby St. Ledger 13 November 1634. M.I. Will 
dated 5 November 1634, proved 13 December 1634 
(P.C.C. 112 Seager). Inq. p. m. taken at North- 
ampton 15 October 1635 (C. Vol. 480, No. 113). 



=Anne Lee, dau. 
of Robert Lee 
of Beaconsfield, 
CO. Buckingham, 
nephew of Sir 
Henry Lee, K.G.; 
died at Ashby 
St. Ledger 15 
January 163^. 



Susan Stone, =j=John I'Anson of Ashby St. Ledger, = 



dau. of Sir 
William Stone 
of London, mer- 
chant ; marr. in 
16 13. ist wife. 



esquire ; aged 30 and more, 
10 November 1634; died, aged 
69, 9 December 1657, bur. at 
Ashby St. Ledger. M.I. Will 
dated 28 November 1657, proved 
23 February i65|- (P.C.C. 178 
Wotton). 



=Thomasine Oldfield, dau. of Joseph 
Oldfield of London, esquire, by 
Thomasine his wife ; marr. at Ashby 
St. Ledger 3 1 December 161 7 (marriage 
settlements dated 31 October 1617); 
bur. in St. Catherine Cree, London. 
Will dated 27 December 1658, proved 
18 February 165I (P.C.C. 95 Pell). 
2nd wife. 



John I'Anson, bapt. at 
Ashby St. Ledger 4 April 
1619 ; bur. there 19 
November 1657. 



Mary I'Anson, bapt. James I'Anson, bapt. 
at Ashby St. Ledger at Ashby St. Ledger 
4 October 1620; died 3 September 1622; 



young. 



died young. 



I'Anson 



Bryan 

Ashby St. Ledger, 

esquire ; executor to 

his father's will 23 

February 165!^; died, 

aged 65, in February 

i68i. 



of=f=Mary Williams, dau. of Edward 
Williams of London and of WoUas- 
ton, CO. Salop, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Robert Palmer of Hill, 
CO. Bedford; marr. in 1647; living 
in 1682. 



Thomas Essington= 
of Bright well, co. 
Suffolk, esquire ; 
executor to will of 
Thomasine I'Anson 
18 February 165!^. 



=Anne, living 
27 December 
1658. 



A 



John I'Anson, of Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
12 December 1665, aged 16; 
of the Inner Temple, admitted 
November 1669. 



Mary I'Anson, 
died young. 



Susanna I'Anson, bapt. 
3 August 1654; living 
in 1682 (Visitation of 
CO. Nortliampton). 



Anne I'Anson, bapt. 
I November 1655 ; 
living in 1682 
(Visitation of co. 
Northampton). 



49 



Sir Brian I'Anson of Ashby St. Ledger, co. Northampton, knight and=y=Mary Bryars, dau. of 
baronet ; born in the parish of St. Gregory's, London ; of Magdalen Henry Bryars, Alder- 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 March i6ot, aged 15; of the Inner man of Coventry, 
Temple, admitted November 1605; knighted in Ireland by Lord Falkland co. Warwick. 
14 December 1624, created a baronet by Charles II. at Paris 6 May 1652. 
Administration granted 23 March 166^ (P.C.C.) 



(Sir) Henry I'Anson, D.C.L. ; of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated^ 
15 June 1632, aged 15, B.A. 163*, B.C.L. 1636, Fellow of All 
Souls' College 163S, D.C.L. 1641 ; served in the Royalist Army; 
administrator to his father 23 March i66f ; died circa 1684. 



=Mary Elmes of 
Bowney, co. Oxford ; 
marr c/rca 1647. 



Sir Thomas I'Anson of New Bounds, =T=Dorothy Rokeby, dau. of William Rokeby of Acworth 



in Tonbridge, co. Kent, baronet ; 
born at the Louvre, Paris ; of King's 
College, Cambridge ; aged 34 in 1682 ; 
died 28 December 1707, bur. at 
Tonbridge. M.I. Administration 
granted 27 June 1709 (P.C.C.) 



Park and of Skellow Hall, both co. York, by Emma 
his wife, dau. of Sir William Bury of Grantham, co. 
Lincoln, knight ; born at Acworth 2 March i6ji ; 
marr. at Oulston, co. Lincoln, circa 1696; died in 
London 27 July 1744, bur. at Tonbridge. M.I. 



Rokeby Bryan I'Anson, born circa 
1698; died at Skellow Hall, aged 
10 weeks. 



Emma I'Anson, born at Skellow Hall ; died, 
aged 36, 14 February 173I, bur. at Tonbridge. 
M.I. 



Brian I'Anson of Ashby St. Ledger, esquire ;=i=H ester Saunders, dau. of Elizabeth I'Anson, 



bapt. 29 January 165^; entered his pedigree 
in the Visitation of co. Northampton 1682. 



/ 




William Saunders of Brix- 
worth, CO. Northampton, 
esquire ; died 15 June . . . 
bur. at Ashby St. Ledger. 
M.I. 



bapt. 29 July 1660; 
living in 1682 
(Visitation of co. 
Northampton). 



Esther, bapt. at Ashby 
St. Ledger 7 July 
1686 ; marr. in 1707, 
Robins Bradley of 
Buckby, co. North- 
ampton. 



Sarah, bapt. at Ashby 
St. Ledger 11 November 
1687 ; bur. there 13 
August 1 7 1 2 ; marr. at 
East Haddon, co. North- 
ampton, 19 November 
1711, the Rev. Thomas 
Hind. 



Silena, bapt. at Ashby 
St. Ledger 25 May 
1690; marr. at East 
Haddon 10 July 1728, 
Ambrose Monck of 
Coventry. 



Brian I'Anson of 
Ashby St. Ledger, 
esquire ; bapt. at 
Ashby St. Ledger 
26 May 1696. 



50 



Richard I'Anson, mentioned in 
inscription on his father's tomb 
at Ashby St. Ledger, co. 
Northampton. 



Clement I'Anson, mentioned 
in inscription on his father's 
tomb at Ashby St. Ledger. 



James I'Anson, mentioned 
in inscription on his father's 
tomb at Ashby St. Ledger. 



Brian I'Anson, 2nd son 
(Visitation of London, 
1633); merchant at 
Cadiz in 1640. 



William rAnson,= 
3rd son (Visitation 
of London, 1633. 



A 
{See page 54). 



James I'Anson, bapt. a.t Missenden, 
CO. Buckingham, 3 September 1622 ; of 
All Souls' College, Oxford, matriculated 
16 April 1 64 1, aged 15, Demy of 
Magdalen College 1642-48, B.A. 1644. 



Sir Thomas I'Anson of New Bounds, in= 
Tonbridge, co. Kent, baronet ; born at 
Skellow Hall, co. York, in 1702; appointed 
Gentleman Porter of the Tower of London 
22 June 1741 ; died at New Bounds, 
aged 62, 10 June 1764, bur. at Tonbridge. 
M.I. 



=Mary Bankes, dau. of John Bankes of Kingston 
Hall, CO. Dorset, by Margaret his wife, dau. of 
Sir Henry Parker, baronet; born at Kingston 
Hall 10 December 1693 ) marr. at St. Mary 
Newington, co. Surrey, 27 March 1723; died in 
St. Margaret's Street, Westminster, 26 January 
1774- 



Rev, Sir Thomas Bankes I'Anson, Precentor of= 
Wells Cathedral ; born at Montpellier, France, 
30 March 1724; of University College, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 December 1741, B.C.L. 1748; 
Rector of Corfe Castle, co. Dorset, 1 1 February 
1748 to 1799, Prebendary of Wells 1760, Sub- 
Dean 1766, Precentor 1773; died 25 January 1799. 
Administration granted 27 June 1799 (P.C.C.) 



=Mary Hayter, dau. of Edmund Hayter of 
Creech, in the Isle of Purbeck, by Mary 
his 2nd wife, only dau. of Seth Jermy, 
Captain R.N. ; marr. at Kingston Chapel, 
Corfe Castle, 24 May 1753, marriage licence 
(Peculiar of Corfe Castle) dated the same 
day; died in 1782. 



Rev. Sir John Bankes I'Anson, born 13 September, 
bapt. at Corfe Castle 14 October 1759 ; Rector of Corfe 
Castle I April 1799; administrator to his father 27 
June 1799; died 28 October, bur. at Corfe Castle 
4 November 1799. Administration granted 17 June 
1803 (P.C.C.) 



Thomas I'Anson, born 31 March, 
bapt. at Corfe Castle 10 May 
1767; of Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 26 February 1788, 
aged 21 ; died in 1789. 



Edward I'Anson, bapt. at Ashby St. Ledger 
21 February 166^; of Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 16 January 167;^, 
aged 15, B.A. (St. Alban's Hall) 1682; 
died 18 July 1683, bur. in Merton College 
Chapel the same day. 



Thomas I'Anson, bapt. 
at Ashby St. Ledger 
7 September 1663; in 
the East Indies in 
1682 (Visitation of co. 
Northampton). 



George I'Anson, bapt. 
at Ashby St. Ledger 
3 April 1665 ; living 
in 1682 (Visitation 
of CO. Northampton). 



51 



Robert Thorpe of Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham, =j=Anne, executrix 
esquire ; of Broadgates Hall, Oxford, matriculated to her husband's 
4 February 159^, aged 15, B.A. 1600; of the Middle will 6 March 
Temple, Barrister-at-Law 1608, Bencher and Treasurer 163!. 
1633; executor to his father-in-law's will 13 December 
1634; died in the Temple, London, 16 February, and 
taken for burial to Beaconsfield 18 February i63~y-. M.I. 
Will dated 15 January 163!, proved 6 March 163I 
(P.C.C. 47 Harvey). /^ 



Elizabeth I'Anson, 
mentioned in in- 
scription on her 
father's tomb at 
Ashby St. Ledger, 
CO. Northampton. 



Nathaniel I'Anson, 5th son 
(Visitation of London, 1633). 



Frances I'Anson, ist Mary Anne I'Anson, 2nd daughter 
daughter (Visitation of (Visitation of London, 1633). 
London, 1633). 



John Parry of=Dorothy, born at New William I'Anson, died Bryan I'Anson, mentioned 
CO. Glamorgan. Bounds, in Tonbridge, in the West Indies in will of James Annesley 
CO. Kent, in 1705. circa 1729. 15 February 1752. 



Mary I'Anson, James Annesley (only son and heir of=y=Margaret, born 
born at Avignon, Arthur, 4th Lord Altham, by Mary at New Bounds 
France, in De- Sheffield his 2nd wife) ; born at Dun- 23 May 1727; 
cember 1725; main, co. Wexford, in 1715; on his marr. at Bid- 
died, aged 3 days, father's death, 14 November 1727, he borough, co. 
was sold as a slave to an American Kent, 14 Sep- 
planter by his uncle, Richard, who tember 1751. 
succeeded as 5th Lord Altham and 2nd wife, 
afterwards 8th Earl of Anglesey ; in 
November 1 743, after a trial in the 
Irish Exchequer, he recovered his 
estates, but did not assume the titles ; 
died at Blackheath, co. Kent, 3 Jan- 
uary 1760, bur. at Lee, co. Kent. Will 
dated 15 February 1752, proved 12 
June 1760 (P.C.C. 225 Lynch). He 
marr. istly . . . Chester. /\ 



Dorothy I'Anson, 
born at New 
Bounds 10 March 
172I; died, aged 
34, 14 October 
1763, bur. at 
Tonbridge. M.I. 



Charles I'Anson, William I'Anson, bapt. Barbara I'Anson, bapt. John I'Anson, bapt. at 

bapt. at Ashby at Ashby St. Ledger at Ashby St. Ledger 24 Ashby St. Ledger 19 

St. Ledger 25 10 April 1670; living in July 1673; living in April 1675; died 15 

November 1667; 1682 (Visitation of co. 1682 (Visitation of co. January 169I, bur. at 

died young. Northampton). Northampton). Ashby St. Ledger. M.L 



Hannah I'Anson, mentioned in 
inscription on her father's tomb 
at Ashby St. Ledger, co. 
Northampton. 



Margaret I'Anson, mentioned 
in inscription on her father's 
tomb at Ashby St. Ledger. 



EUzabeth I'Anson, mentioned 
in inscription on her father's 
tomb at Ashby St. Ledger. 



James I'Anson, born 
15 August 1730; died 
in infancy, bur. in 
Tonbridge Church, 
CO. Kent. 



Sophia I'Anson, born 
9 December 1731 ; 
died in infancy, bur. 
in Tonbridge Church. 



Mary Fyler, dau. and= 
coheir of John Fyler of 
London, by Mary his 
wife, dau. and coheir 
of John Hobbs of Stoke 
Courcy, co. Somerset ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
16 March 1762; died, 
aged 27, 30 June 1765, 
bur. at Tonbridge. M.I. 
ist wife. 



--(Sir) John I'Anson of= 
Epsom, CO. Surrey 
{baronet) ; bom at New 
Bounds, in Tonbridge, 
I September 1733; died 
in Cannon Row, West- 
minster, 3 March 1800, 
bur. at Tonbridge. Will 
dated 7 October 1793, 
with codicil dated 21 
February 1800, proved 
14 March 1800 (P.C.C. 
210 Adder ley). 



=Mary Harpur, 
married at 

St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 16 
August 1766 ; 
died 15 July 
1770, bur. at 
Tonbridge. 2nd 
wife. 



Samuel Fyler of Twickenham, co. Middlesex,= 
and of Dover Street, London, Barrister-at-Law 
(only son of George Fyler, youngest brother 
of the above John Fyler) ; born 3 July 1759 ; 
died at Paris i March 1825. He marr. 
2ndly Margaret, dau. of Hugo Arnot of 
Balcormo, co. Fife. 



=Mary, born at Cannon Row, 
Westminster, 2 February, 
bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 6 March 
1761 ; marr. there 6 January 
1785 ; died in May 1794. 



A 



Henry I'Anson, Captain R.N. ; born=f=Margaret Bazeley, dau. of John Bazeley of Dover, co. 



at New Bounds 25 October 1734; 
Commander of H.M. frigate "Tamar" 
in 1767. Will dated 3 October 1767, 
proved 6 February 1768 (P.C.C. 
67 Seeker). 



Kent, Jurat ; marr. at Dover in June 1764; executrix 
to wills of her husband 6 February 1768, and her 
brother-in-law, John I'Anson, 14 March 1800. She 
marr. istly James Samson. 



A 



53 



I'Anson. 

[Vol. 7, p. 65.] 




Pedigree of F Anson. 

^Villiam I'Anson of Leyburn, in the=i=Elizabeth Atkin- 
parish of Wensley, co. York (son of son, mentioned 
William I'Anson of Hawkeswell, in | in her husband's 

will 24 Novem- 
ber 1723 ; bur. 
at Wensley 20 
February 1736. 




a^mi 



Wensley, co. York, probably identical 
with William I'Anson, 3rd son of 
Sir Brian I'Anson, see page 5/) ; bur. 
at Hovingham, co. York, 29 Novem- 
ber 1723. Will dated 24 November 
1723, proved 10 December 1723 
(Arch: of Richmond, co. York). 



William I'Anson of Leyburn ; died 4 May=f=Frances Barnard, dau. of John Barnard of 
1759. Will dated 25 June 1757, proved 12 Doncaster, West Riding, co. York; bur. at 
May 1759 (Arch : of Richmond). Wensley 24 June 1746. 



John I'Anson, William I'Anson of The Hill House, Richmond, co.= 

bapt. at Wens- York, of Cotgrove Place, in the parish of Cotgrove, 

ley II De- co. Nottingham, of Bedford Row, in the parish of 

cember 1739, St. Andrew's, Holborn, co. Middlesex, and of 

bur. at Leyburn Leyburn, Solicitor of the Court of King's Bench; 

9 March 1745. bapt. at Wensley 25 October 1741 ; died at Cotgrove 

Place 26 October, bur. at Cotgrove 2 November 1800. 

Will dated i July 1800, with codicil dated 21 October 

1800, proved 3 December 1800 (P.C.C. 871 Adderley). 





=Martha Hutchinson, 
dau. of Ralph Hutchin- 
son of The Hill House, 
Richmond ; born in 
1739; died at Cotgrove 
Place 29 August, bur. 
at Cotgrove 5 Septem- 
ber 1794. 




William I'Anson of Islington, co. Middlesex; bapt. at Wensley= 
29 August 1762; Counsellor-at-Law for the State of Rhode Island, 
U.S.A., and Attorn ey-at-Law of the Court of King's Bench and 
Common Pleas at Westminster ; Ensign Westminster Regiment of 
Middlesex Militia 1778; Author of "The Stranger in America," 
"Edward Fitz Yorke," and other works; died 13 March, bur. at 
St. Mary's, Islington, 21 March 1819. Will dated 24 September 
1818, proved 11 September 1819 (P.C.C.) 




=Maria Walker, dau. of 
Thomas Walker of the 
City of London and 
of Wishaw Hall, co. 
Warwick ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Islington, 
18 September 18 10; 
marr. 2ndly before 11 
September 181 9, Ridley 
Surtees. 



A 



{For issue see " Visitation of England a7td Wales,'' 
Vol. VII., page 6s.) 
54 



Elizabeth I'Anson, mentioned in her father's will 24 November 
1723; died unmarried at Richmond, aged 78, 8 July 1780, bur, 
under the altar in the church at Spennithorne, co. York. 



Ann I'Anson, living 
24 November 1723. 



Thomas I'Anson of Rich-=f=Mary Town, born at Settle, Frances I'Anson of the ElizalDeth 



mond, CO. York ; bapt. at 
Wensley, co. York, 17 
May 1744; Mayor of 
Richmond 1780; died 
22 January 1784, bur. 
under the altar in the 
church at Spennithorne. 



in Craven, co. York ; marr. at City of London ; bapt. I'Anson, 
Richmond 23 January 1781 ; at Wensley 23 June died in 
died, aged 34, 4 September 1746; died s.p. 16 infancy. 
1782, bur. in the chancel of April 1770, bur. in 
the church at Spennithorne. Bread Street Church, 

London. 



A 



John I'Anson, bapt. Ralph Mark I'Anson, Thomas I'Anson of Cotgrove=j=Grace Blegborough, 



at Wensley 19 Sep- bapt. at Wensley Place, co. Nottingham, and 

tember 1763, bur. 7 June 1765; Lieu- of Prior House, Richmond, 

there 12 December tenant on H.M.S. co. York; bapt. at Wensley 

1764. "Centurion"; died i August 1769; died at 

s.p. in the East Richmond 8 February 1848, 

Indies 13 May 1795, bur. at Easby Abbey, co. 

bur. at .sea. York. 



dau. of Henry 
Blegborough of 
Richmond ; died, 
aged 78, 16 January 
1 85 1, bur. at Easby 
Abbey. 



A\ 



Leonard Mac Nally of Dublin; Barrister-at-Law 1776; of= 
the Middle Temple, called to the English Bar 30 May 1783; 
Author of " Robin Hood " and other dramatic pieces, and 
of the song " The Lass of Richmond Hill " ; died in Dublin, 
aged 68, 13 February 1820, bur. at Donnybrook, co. 
Dublin. He marr. 2ndly Louisa Edgeworth, dau. of the 
Rev. Robert Edgeworth. (See "•Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. XXX F, page 24 j). 




JLcc//^ 



=Frances (the heroine of the 
song, "The Lass of Richmond 
Hill"), bapt. at Wensley 11 
November 1766; marr. at 
St. (ieorge's, Hanover Square, 
London, 16 January 1787; died 
in Dublin 30 September 1795. 



tfi 



^uu 



A 




55 



TAnson. Letters from Biyan I' Anson to 

^''°'' ^' P- '^-^ IVilliam I 'Anson. 

Ashby St Ledgers neare 
Daventry In Northamptonshire 
Sept y*^ 28"'/i697 

Sir 

Youre obliging letter off the 7''' Jnstant I reC*, And shall 
bee very Glad to bee better acquainted w'*^ you iff youre buisnes 
att any time calls you Into the South I desier you will not ffaile to 
let Mee see you att My house where you shall bee very welcome. 
J did not Heare off any off My name untill Lately except My selff 
& brothers and one Uncles son & having ocasion this Last year to 
goe into y^ north I heard there was some ffamilie off My name In 
Yorkshire oute off w"^^ county wee came into the South about 
Henry y^ 8'*^^ time, w'^'' Makes Mee suppose y' wee are not only 
namesakes but relations though at some distance thereffore I desier 
the ffavour off you In youre next to send Mee the pedigree off 
youre ffamily as ffar as Henry y^ 7'** or S'*' Raign iff you can w'*^ 
y* Mariages so ffar as you can w'^ youre oat off amies & In 
return In My next you shall have Mine '■^ an exact copy as 
setteled By the Herald aboute 12 year ago. I have A brother 
setled in y^ North that is youre namesake whome I expect Att 
Ashby w'^^in the ffortnight, & but y' I think hee will bee setting 
fforward beffor My letter will reach him I would have desier*^ him 
to have waited one you, or to have sent to you to have Met him 
at My Landlady Dunwalds Att Darlington. But when hee returns 
you shall not ffaile off a letter ffrom Mee, & pray in youre next let 
Mee Know iff you can Meet him there or any where els in or 
neare the road, Most convenient ffor you. I suppose after a 
months stay in the South he will return. I doe think to bee in 
the North again (God willing) aboute next Midsomer, & y' shall 
endeavour to see you, but you May have some call into the South 
beffore y' time, & y' you will oblige Mee w* A visit who am 

s-- 

Youre unkown ffriend & Humble 
Servant 

/ 




I have not Heard ffrom M"^ 

Lightffoote, \v<='' I wonder Att, & 

have expected a letter ffrom him any time this Month 

According to his promise 

pray My servise to M"" Burnet when you 
see him, & let him Know y' I would have 
cal'* one him as I promisd but yt I taried 
so long at Durham (being almost noone) 
and was fforg^ to goe to Boron Brig y' 
Night y' I could not possible call off him 
but as I return I will not fftiil him 

56 




.^ A.,,/" 



London. June y« 15'^ 1699 



Kinsman W"" I'Anson 



FAnson. 

[Vol. 7, P- 65-] 



Honest Coz Will 

You had heard ffrom mee Longe agoe but that I was 
aesierous you^L^ have ,ou.e Sea, ffi.t J- «a,^- f^ 

you all doe sometimes and believe me to bee 

Youre Affectionate 

Kinsman & Servant 



/ 




Richmonde 

Sept y^ 12*^99 



t)eare Coz 



I am now att M^ Gregorys and shall bee glad to see you 
pray iff you come neare My Coz James let him know I am hea ^ 
and shall bee glad off his company I was affraid you had bem 
all dSad I could never heare ffrom you I sent to you soon after 
mv arrivall to London and wheere to write mee Make youre 
pe^rsonaTappearance ass soone as possible I charge you and you 
Mus° get heare ffor a day or two ffor I think to see something off 
the ffa?e and I shall (you May be sure) covet youre good company 

as longe as possible who am 

Deare Coz 

Sincerely youre affectionate 
Kinsman & Servant 



S'Q^^i 




These letters addressed: 

These : ffor M-^ William FAnson att S-" Marmaduke Wyvell hiss 
house att Constable Burton near Richmond In Yorkshire. 
Richmonde Bagg. By the way of London. 

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Aid ridge. 

[Vol. 7, p. 67.] 




Pedigree of Aldridge. 



Abel Aldridge of St. Martin's-=j=Sarah, died, aged 



in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, 
gent; died, aged 84, 22 August 
1758, bur. in the church of 
Chalfont St. Giles, co. Bucking- 
ham. M.I. Will dated 22 
February 1754, proved 5 Sep- 
tember 1758 (P. C. C. 257 
Huttori). 



71, 22 September 
1744, bur. in the 
church of Chalfont 
St. Giles. M.I. 



John Aldridge of St. Martin's-in-the-= 
Fields, esquire ; named heir to his 
cousin, ^Villiam Powlett of St. 
Leonard's Forest, co. Sussex, esquire, 
in his will dated 10 January 174^; 
executor to his father's will 5 Sep- 
tember 1758; died, aged 54, 21 
November 1760, bur. at Chalfont 
St. Giles. M.I. Will dated 25 
January 1760, proved 3 December 
1760 (P.C.C. 449 Lynch). 



=Elizabeth, executrix 
to her husband's will 
3 December 1760; 
died, aged 60, 15 
December 1772, bur. 
at Chalfont St. Giles. 
M.I. Will dated 20 
February 1771, with 
codicil dated 26 May 
1772, proved 30 De- 
cember 1772 (P.C.C. 
429 Taverner). 



Abel Aldridge of= 
Uxbridge, co. Mid- 
dlesex, esquire ; 
died in 1782, bur. 
at Hillingdon, co. 
Middlesex. Will 
dated i June 1773, 
proved 12 Decem- 
ber 1782 (P.C.C. 
569 Gostling). 



=Sarah Clater, 
executrix to 
her husband's 
will 1 2 De- 
cember 1782. 



John Clater Aldridge of New Lodge, St. Leonard's Forest, esquire ;= 
of Merton College, Oxford, matriculated 16 December 1754, aged 
17, B.A. 1758; M.P. for Queenborough 31 March 1784, and for 
New Shoreham 28 June 1790 to 1796; died at Horsham, co. 
Sussex, 16 May 1795. Will dated 29 April 1795, proved 2 June 
179s (P.C.C. 360 Newcastle). 



^Henrietta J. Tomlinson ; 
died in 1806. She marr. 
istly William Busby of 
Stoughton Grange, co. 
Leicester. 



John Aldridge of St. Leonard's= 
Forest, J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Sussex, Captain Royal Sussex 
Militia; bom in 1767; executor 
to his father's will 2 June 1795; 
died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 
7 April 1803. Administration 
granted 16 May 1803 (P.C.C.) 



=Anna Maria Smyth, dau. of Walter Smyth 
of Stopham, co. Sussex, by Philadelphia 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. John Wicken, 
D.D., Rector of Petworth, co. Sussex; 
marr. 11 June 1799; administratrix to 
her husband 16 May 1803; died 23 June 
1825. 



Charles Leonard 
Aldridge, died, 
aged 60, 8 Feb- 
ruary 1839, bur. 
at Nuthurst, co. 
Sussex. 



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Samuel Saville of St. Martin's, Colchester, co. Essex, esquire ;=f= Anne, living 25 January 1760; 



died 2 April 1763. Administration granted 20 April 1763, 
to his daughters, Anne and Sarah Saville (P.C.C.) 



died before 2 April 1763. 



A 



Frederick Thackeray of Windsor, co. Berks, M.B. (4th son of the Ven'''^=f=Elizabeth, died at 



Thomas Thackeray, D.D., Head Master of Harrow and Archdeacon of 
Surrey, by Anne his wife, dau. and coheir of John Woodward of Butler's 
Marston, co. Warwick, esquire) ; born at Heydon, co. Essex, 1 5 March 
173^; of St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner i July 1756, 
M.B. 1764; died at Windsor 22 September, bur, there 28 September 1782. 



Leamington, 
Warwick, aged 79, 
II October 1816, 
bur. at Hatton, co. 
Warwick, 



A 



Robert Aldridge-Busby, Collector= 
of Customs at Cork, Ireland ; 
M.P. (Ireland) for Carysfort 
1799, Gentleman-at- Large to the 
Lord-Lieutenant 1800; took the 
name of Busby by Royal Licence 
dated 19 December 1820. 



'Elizabeth Verner, dau. 
of James Verner of 
Church Hill, co. 
Armagh, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Henry Clarke of 
Summer Island, co. 
Armagh; marr, 31 
December 1802 ; died 
10 June 1836. 



Edward Carter=Elizabeth, marr. 
of Coolhurst, 6 January 1783. 
CO. Sussex. 



A\ 



John Warbur- Robert Aldridge of St. Leonard's=f=Caroline Ann Beauclerk, dau. of Charles 



ton Aldridge, Forest, co. Sussex ; born 24 June 
born in 1800; 1801 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
died in 1801. Sussex, High Sheriff 1825; died 
at St. Leonard's Forest, aged 69, 
on Friday, 26 May, bur. at St. 
John's, Lower Beeding, co. 
Sussex, 2 June 187 1, Will dated 
28 September 1869, with codicil 
dated 2 October 1869, proved 
II December 187 1, by his sons, 
John and Henry Aldridge, the 
executors (Prin, Reg., 778, 71). 



Beauclerk of St. Leonard's Lodge, by 
Emily Charlotte his wife, dau. of William 
Ogilvie ; born 7 February 1804; marr. at 
Cowfold, CO. Sussex, 20 October 1829; 
died at St. Leonard's Forest, aged 65, 
on Saturday, 1 1 September, bur. at St. 
John's, Lower Beeding, 17 September 
1869. Will dated 26 October 1864, 
proved 17 November 1869, by Robert 
Aldridge, husband, the sole executor 
(Prin. Reg., 681, 69). 



/N 



{J^or issue see " Visitation of Efn^/atid and IVa/es" 
Vol. VII., page 67.) 



59 



Rev. William Holcombe, Canon of St. David's ; Fellow of Christ's College,=j=Mary, marr. in 



Cambridge, B.A. 1758, M.A. 1761 ; Vicar of Mathry and of Granston, 
Rector of Cosheston December 1780, and of Manordivy February 1788, 
all CO. Pembroke, Vicar of Penbryn, co. Cardigan, February 1789, Canon of 
St. David's June 1793, Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of St. David's 
and Prebendary of Brecon; died at sea on board H.M.S. "La Juste" 
I August 1796. Will dated 3 April 1793, proved 13 February 1800 
(P.C.C. i\ 2, Adder ley.) /|\ 



September 1769; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 13 
February 1800. 



John Warburton==Anne, marr. 23 November 1780; died 
of Eltham, co. 9 February 1787, bur. at Hillingdon, 
Kent. CO. Middlesex. 



Abel Aldridge. Sarah Aldridge. 



Abel Aldridge. Sarah Aldridge. 



Sir Francis John Hartwell of Dale Hall, co. Essex, baronet. Captain R.N. ;= 
born 15 February 1757; commanded the ".^tna," "Sphynx," "Brune," 
" Bellona," 1789, and "Thetis," 1792, Commissioner of the Victualling 
Board 1793-96, Superintendent Sheerness Dockyard 1796-99, and 
Chatham Dockyard 1799, Deputy-Controller of the Navy 1799-1814; 
knighted at St. James' 4 May 1803, created a baronet 26 October 1805; 
Colonel of Deptford and Woolwich Volunteers and Director of Greenwich 
Hospital; died in Queen Anne Street, Marylebone, London, aged 74, 28 
June 1 83 1. He marr. istly Anne Charlotte Maria, dau. of Captain John 
Elphinstone, R.N., Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Fleet. {See Gent's 



Mag., Vol. loi, part it., page 82). 



A 



= Louisa, mentioned 
in her father's will 
29 April 1795; 
marr. 27 January 
181 2; died at 
Naples, Italy, aged 
65, 13 June 1843. 
2nd wife. 



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Pedigree of Dendy. 



Nicholas Dendy,=f=Alice. 
died in i58f. 



Dendy. 

[Vol. 7, p. 70.] 



John Dendy of Horsham,. 
CO. Sussex, yeoman. Will 
dated 4 October 1639, 
proved 6 November 1639 
(P.C.C. 189 Harvey). 



=Lettice, execu- 
trix to her 
husband's will 
6 November 
1639. 



George Dendy,= 



A 



Richard Dendy of Horsham ; mentioned in his= 
father's will 4 October 1639; died, aged 67, 24 
August 1700. 



=Joan Holland, 
died 6 July 
1676. 



John Dendy of Griggs at=Elizabeth Nash 
Tower Hill, in Horsham, of Itchingfield, 
yeoman; died, aged 77, co. Sussex. 
26 January 173^, bur. at 
Horsham. 



Richard Dendy of=f=Sarah Cragg 



Horsham, cord- 
wainer; died, aged 
68, 20 October 
1732. 



of Shipley, 
CO. Sussex. 



William=j=Jane. 
Dendy. 



John Dendy of Horsham,= 
surgeon ; died, aged 33, 
I January 172J. 



=Mary Pickett, died, aged Richard Dendy of= 
85, 18 March 1766. She Griggs; died, aged 63, 
marr. istly John Knight 9 November 1756, 
of Horsham. bur. at Horsham. 

M.I. 



John Dendy of=Jane Constable, Thomas Dendy 

Horsham, surgeon ; dau. of Richard of Horsham, 

born 22 August Constable of draper; born 29 

1720; died 25 No- Hone, co. Surrey; October 1722. 
vember 1782, bur. living in 1793. 
at Horsham. 



Daniel Dendy, 
born 10 Jan- 
uary 1 72I; died 
30 April 1 73 1. 



=Mary Stovell, dau. 
of John Stovell of 
Nuthurst, CO. Sus- 
sex, by Winifred 
his wife; died, aged 
75, 24 June 1772, 
bur. at Horsham. 
M.I. 



Richard Dendy of= 
Griggs, gent ; born 
20 June 1724; 
died 29 May 1766, 
bur. at Horsham. 



=Anne Caffyn, dau. and heir 
of John Caffyn of Hammonds 
Mill, in Clayton, co. Sussex ; 
marr. at All Saints', Lewes, 
CO. Sussex, 12 May 1753; 
died, aged 35, 10 March 
1766, bur. at Horsham. 



Rev. Benjamin=^Sarah, born 29 November 



Treacher of 

Bermondsey, co. 
Surrey ; died 5 
September 1766. 



A 



1725; mentioned in will 
of her brother, Stephen 
Dendy, 25 October 1787; 
bur. at Stamford, co. 
Lincoln. 



A 



61 



John Dendy.=|=Elizabeth. 



A 



Mary, not 21, 
4 October 
1639. 



Anne, living 4 
October 1639. 



Emma, living 4 
October 1639. 



Beatrice, living 
4 October 1639. 



Richard Dendy, 
died young. 



Charles Dendy of Horsham, = 
CO. Sussex, fellmonger ; 
born 4 September 1727; 
died in 1804. 



:Martha Tally, dau. of John 
Tully of Ashurst, co. Sussex, 
by Ruth his wife ; marr. at 
St. George's, Southwark, 
CO. Surrey, 12 May 1756. 



John Dendy (twin 
with Mary), bom 
28 March 1729. 



Martha Dendy, born Charles Dendy of Chichester, =j=Martha Cooke, dau. of Charles Cooke of 



22 February 1757; 
living in 1793. 



CO. Sussex; born 24 December 
1758; living in 1793. 



Walburton, co. Sussex ; marr. at the 
Sub-Deanery Church, Chichester, 31 
March 1785; living in 1793. 



Charles Cooke Dendy of South-= 
gate House, Chichester ; bom at 
Chichester 9 January 1786; died 
at Southgate House, Chichester, 
aged 65, 30 September, bur. at 
Sidlesham, co. Sussex, 6 October 
1851. M.I. Will dated 30 June 
1847, with codicil dated 25 May 
1849, proved (P.C.C, 848, 51) 
9 December 1851, by William 
Cruggen and Robert Dendy, son, 
the executors. 




=Anna Gloyne, dau. of Samuel and Anna 
Gloyne of Havant, co. Hants ; born at 
Havant 26 February 1792 {dirfk entered 
in Havant Register in 1800, with no 
allusion to baptism) ; marr. there 2 July 
18 14; died at Southgate House, 
Chichester, aged 70, 6 November, bur. 
at Sidlesham 11 November 1862. M.I. 
Will dated 15 January 1855, with codicil 
dated 28 May 1858, proved at Chichester 
21 November 1862, by Robert Dendy of 
Southover, co. Sussex, son, the executors. 




A 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales, 
Vol. VII., page 70.) 



Stephen Dendy. 
George Deridy. 
John Dendy. 



62 



James Tully of=j=Mary (twin with 
Horsham, co. John); born 28 
Sussex; died March 1729; 
before 25 Oc- Hving 25 October 
tober 1787. 1787. 



A 



Stephen Dendy of St. 01ave's,= 
Southwark, co. Surrey, Hnen- 
draper; born 22 August 1730; 
died 28 July 1788, bur. at 
Horsham. Will dated 25 Oc- 
tober 1787, proved 11 August 
1788 (P.C.C. 392 CalverL) 



=Rebecca Langton, dau. of 
Edward Langton of St. 
Olave's, Southwark, co. 
Surrey, and of Eltham, 
CO. Kent; marr. at St. 
Saviour's, Southwark, 13 
April 1776; executrix to 
her husband's will 11 
August 1788. 



A\ 



Elizabeth Dendy, born 7 October 
1732; bur. at Horsham 22 March 

i74t- _ 

Anne Dendy, born 26 May 1734 ; 
bur. at Horsham 22 March 174I. 



John Dendy of Sheepcroft,= 
in Southwater, co, Sussex, 
apothecary; born 10 May 
1736; died at Horsham 21 
February 18 13, bur. there. 
Will dated 29 August 18 10, 
proved 7 May 181 3. 



'Elizabeth Cooper, dau. and 
eventual heir of Samuel 
Cooper of Sheepcroft, in 
Southwater, by Sarah his 
wife ; born at Sheepcroft 10 
February 173I-; marr. at 
Horsham 29 August 1758; 
died 22 September, bur. at 
Horsham 28 September 182 1. 



A 



Stephen Dendy of Southgate,= 
Chichester, co. Sussex ; born 
8 October 1760; living in 1793. 



A 



=Rebecca George Dendy, born 
Woodruff. 15 October 1760; 
died 5 January 1770, 
bur. at Horsham. 



John Dendy of Horsham ; 
born 23 July 1762; living 
in 1793. 



James Dendy, born 6 November 
1763; died 5 May 1764, bur. 
at Horsham. 



Richard Dendy, born 
27 November 1764; 
died 31 March 1766; 
bur. at Horsham. 



James Reynolds.=Arme, born 21 
November 1766. 



Katharine Wood ;=f= Walter Dendy of Waltham Abbey,= 



marr. after 1793. 
I St wife. 



CO. Essex ; 
1768. 



born I September 



A 



=Anne Rowland. 
2nd wife. 



A 



63 



Phcebe Dendy, born 
18 February 1772; 
living in 1793. 



Pedigree of Dowdeswell. 



Dowdeswell. 

[Vol. 7, p. So.] 



Roger Dowdeswell of Pull Court, in Bushley, co.^ 
Worcester, gent, eldest son of John Dowdeswell of Hill 
House, in Bushley ; fined 
for declining knighthood 
at the Coronation of 
Charles I. ; died 3 Oc- 
tober 1633, bur. in 
the chancel of Bushley 
Church. M.I. Will 
dated 6 September 1633, 
proved 6 May 1634 
(P.C.C. 64 Seager). 



QD □ 



X^^ 




Mattha Blomer, dau. of Richard 
Blomer of Eastleach Martin, co. 
Gloucester, gent; bapt. 
at Eastleach Martin 6 
October 1575 ; marr. 
there 17 April 1600; 
mentioned in her hus- 
band's will 6 September 
1633 ; administratrix to 
her daughter, Elizabeth 
Dowdeswell, 14 May 
1649. 



Dowdeswell impaling 
Blomer. 



Richard Dowdeswell of Bushley ; bapt. at 
Martin 24 February 160^; executor to h 
will 6 May 1634; M.P. for Tewkesbury 
8 May 1661 to 1673; died before 21 
October 1673. \Vill dated 4 May 1665, 
proved 18 February 167I (P.C.C. 
13 Dycer). 



Eastleach 
is father's 




Seal to deed dated 1634. 
The seal was dug up near a 
gate in the park about 1850. 




Dowdeswell impaling 
Pleydell. 



Anne Pleydell, dau. of Sir Charles Pleydell 
of Mydge Hall, co. Wilts, knight, by 
Catherine his wife, dau. and 
heir of Thomas Bourchier 
of Barnsley, co. Gloucester, 
esquire ; marr. in 1,628 ; 
mentioned in her father-in- 
law's will 6 September 1633; 
died, aged 73, 2 June 1680, 
bur. at Bushley. M.I. Will 
dated I [^/a??^ in orig.] 1679, 
proved 2 February i68f 
(P.C.C. 24 JVori/i). 



William Dowdeswell of Bushley ;=f=Judith Wymondsell, dau. of Elkin 
executor to his father's will 18 Feb- Wymondsell of Putney, co. Surrey, 



ruary 167I; High Sheriff 
for CO. Worcester 1678 ; 
died 28 March 1683, bur. 
at Bushley. M.I. Will 
dated 6 May 1682, 
proved 21 June 1684 
(P.C.C. 72 J/are). 




Dowdeswell impaling 
Wymondsall. 



esquire ; bapt. at Putney 
16 March 163!; marr. 
there 22 July 1652 ; died 
18 August t666, bur. 
at Bushley. M.I. 



Catharine Dow- 
deswell, bapt. at 
Bushley 6 Jan- 
uary i6|^; died 
3 April 1630. 



Richard Dowdeswell of Pull Court, esquire ; of Christ Church, 

Oxford, matriculated 27 July 1669, aged 16; mentioned in will 

of his grandfather, Richard Dowdeswell, 4 May 

1665; executor to his father's will 21 June 1684; 

High Sheriff for co. Worcester 1689; M.P. for 

Tewkesbury 23 March i68| to 21 September 1710 ; 

died 17 October 171 1, bur. at Bushley. M.I. 

Will dated 6 April 1708, administration granted 

23 January 171^ (P.C.C. 6 Barnes). Portrait at 

Full Courts in the possession of the Rev. Edmund 

Richard Dowdeswell. 




Elizabeth Winnington, dau. 

of Sir Francis Winnington, 
knight, Solicitor- 
General to King 
Charles II., by 
Elizabeth Her- 
bert his first 
wife ; marr. in 
1676; living 15 
January 170I-. 



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Dowdeswell impaling 
Winnington. 



Katharine Dow- 
deswell, bapt. 
at Bushley, co. 
Worcester, 13 
December 1602. 



Elizabeth Dowdeswell of 
Bushley ; bapt. at Bushley in 
1604; mentioned in her 
father's will 6 September 1633. 
Administration granted 14 
May 1649 (P.C.C.) 



John Browne of Tirley, co.^ 
Gloucester ; mentioned in his 
father-in-law's will 6 September 
1633; died in 1655. He marr. 
2ndly Mary, dau. of William 
Turton of West Bromwich, co. 
Stafford. 



=Anne, living 
6 September 
1633; died 
before 1640. 
I St wife. 



/K 



William Hancock of Twining, =j=Anne, marr. in 1649; 



CO. Gloucester; died, aged 
43, bur. at Twining 19 De- 
cember 1674. Administration 
granted 8 February iSy^ 
(P.C.C.) 



mentioned in her 
mother's will 1679 ; 
living 1 5 January 1 7o| ; 
bur. at Twining 19 De- 
cember 1706. 



George Dowdeswell of Guarlford, co. 
Worcester; bapt. at Bushley 14 April 
1633; mentioned in his father's will 
4 May 1665 ; living 6 May 1682 ; 
died, aged 74, 25 April 1707, bur. at 
Bushley. M.I. 



A\ 



Judith Dow- Robert Tracy of Coscombe, in Didbrook,=j=Anne, bapt. at William Dow- 
deswell, bapt. CO. Gloucester, Justice of the Common | Bushley 6 Oc- deswell, bapt. 
at Bushley in Pleas (son of Robert, 2nd Viscount Tracy, I tober 1659 ; at Bushley in 

1655; died by Dorothy his 2nd wife, dau. of Thomas mentioned in 1661 ; died in 
in 1660. Cocks of Castleditch, co. Hereford); of I her father's will 1662. 

Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 29 

October 1672 ; of the Middle Temple, 
admitted 15 April 1673, Barrister-at-Law 21 May 1680; 
Serjeant-at-Law 1700, Justice of the King's Bench 
(Ireland), July 1699, Baron of the Exchecquer 14 
November 1700, Justice of the Common Pleas 1702, 
a Commissioner of the Great Seal in 17 10 and 17 18; 
died, aged 80, 11 September 1735, bur. at Didbrook. 
M.I. Will dated 15 December 1732, with codicil dated 
15 June 1733, proved 4 October 1735 (P-C.C. 217 Dude). 
(See '^Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. LVII., 
page 142.) ^ 



her father's will 
6 May 1682 ; 
marriage licence 
(Worcester) dated 
21 August 1683 ; 
died in 17 14. 



Judith, bapt. at Bushley 8 October 
1678; living 6 April 1708; marr. 
Stephen Moore 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Bushley 13 February 168-'; mentioned 
in her father's will 6 April 1708; marr. Roger Tuckfield, 
marriage licence (Faculty Office) dated 2 January 170^^. 



I 



6s 



Rev. William Dowdeswell, D.C.L., Prebendary of Worcester ;=f= Anne CoUes, dau. of Edward 



of Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 25 May 1627, aged 
18, B.C.L. 1631, D.C.L. 1642; mentioned in his father's will 
6 September 1633; Vicar of Tirley, co. Gloucester, 1637, Rector 
of Strensham, co. Worcester, 1639, of Croome d'Abitot, co. 
Worcester, 1640, and of Brinkworth, co. Wilts, 1643, Prebendary 
of Worcester 1660; died 20 May, bur. at Brinkworth 23 May 
167 1. M.I. Will dated 24 August 1669, administration 
granted 24 July 167 1 (P.C.C. 89 Duke). A 



CoUes of Leigh, co. Worcester ; 
mentioned in will of her brother- 
in-law, Richard Dowdeswell, 4 
May 1665; administratrix to 
her husband 24 July 1671; 
died, aged 60, in 1680, bur. at 
St. Helen's, Worcester. M.I. 



i^For issue see page 68.) 



Charles Dowdeswell of Forthampton, co. Gloucester, esquire ;=j=Anne Coles, dau. of Timothy 



bapt. at Bushley, CO. Worcester, 22 December 1634; mentioned 
in his father's will 4 May 1665 ; died 21 October 1706, bur. at 
Forthampton. M.I. Will dated 5 September 1706, proved 
24 April 1707, by Charles Dowdeswell, son (P.C.C. 79 Foley). J^ 



Coles of Hatfield, co. Hereford, 
esquire ; living 5 September 
1706 ; died in 1707. 



Sir Thomas Haselwood of Wickwarren, co. Worcester, =j=Margaret, bapt. at Bushley 21 January 



knight; bapt. at Ofifenham, co. Worcester, 17 December 
1652; knighted at Windsor 18 August 1681 ; High Sheriff 
for CO. Worcester 1683; died, aged 68, 24 September, bur. 
at Pershore, co. Worcester, 27 September 1720. Will 
dated 7 May 17 16, with codicil dated 24 April 17 18, 
proved 17 January 172^ (P.C.C. 8 Biicki?igham). /|\ 



i66|; marr. there i May 1682, mar- 
riage licence at Worcester dated 25 
April, marriage settlements dated 27 
April 1682 ; died, aged 58, 17 January 
172^, bur. at Pershore. M.I. 



Hon^'^ Katharine= 
Cokayne, dau. of 
Charles, 3rd Vis- 
count Cullen, by 
Katharine his wife, 
dau. of William, 6th 
Baron Willoughby of 
Parham ; marr. at St. 
James', Westminster, 
13 March 1 714^; died, 
aged 27, I Novem- 
ber, bur. at Bushley 
16 November 17 16. 
M.I. I St wife. 



=William Dowdeswell of Pull=f=Amy Hammond, dau. of Anthony 
Court, in Bushley, esquire; bapt. \ Hammond of Somersham Place, co. Hunt- 



at Bushley 18 August 1682 ; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 10 February y|^|, aged 18 ; 
administrator to his father 23 
January 171 5 ; High Sheriff for 
CO. Worcester 1726; M.P. for 
Tewkesbury i January 171^ to 
10 March 172^; died 5 Septem- 
ber 1728. Will dated 4 August 
1728, proved 17 October 1728 
(P.C.C. 288 Brooke). 




DowDRSWKi.i. impaling 

CULLKN. 




ingdon, Poet {see "Dictionary of Naiional 
Biography," Vol. XXIV., page 2jg), by 
Jane his wife, dau. of Sir Walter Clarges, 
baronet ; marr. at St. James', Westminster, 
5 August 1 7 19, marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated i August 17 18, she then 
aged 20 ; died 28 June, bur. at Bushley 
3.J% 1754- Will dated 3 August 1753, 
with codicil dated 23 June 1754, proved 
10 July 1754 (P.C.C. 188 Finholme). 
Portrait at Full Court, ifi the possession 
of the Rev. Edmund Richard 
Dowdeswell. She marr. 2ndly 
Noel Broxholme, M.D. {sec 
" Dictionary of National 
Biography^' Vol. VII., page 87). 
2nd wife. 



Dowdeswell impaling 

H.\MMONI). 



I 
Frances, bapt. at St. James', Westmmster,= 

2 November 17 13; marr. after 4 August 
1728; executrix to her husband's will i Oc- 
tober 1755. Fortrait {with her son) at Full 
Court, in the possession of the Rev. Edmund 
Richard Dowdeswell. 



=William Basil of Wilton Park, in 
Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham, 
esquire; died 4 October 1755. Will 
dated 4 March 1752, proved i Oc- 
tober 1755 (P.C.C. 253 Paul). 



William Dowdes- 
well, bapt. at 
Bushley 2 Jan- 
uary i7if ; died 
in infancy. 



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Joan Dowdeswell, George Dowdeswell of Hill House, Bushley; mentioned=T=Anne (? Edwards); 



bapt. at Bushley, in his father's will 6 September 1633. Administration 

CO. Worcester, 20 granted 29 January i64^, to Anne Dowdeswell, relict 

July 161 1 ; died (P.C.C.) 
5 January i6§§. /K 



administratrix to 
her husband 29 
January i6|j. 



William Washbourne of=j=Susanna, bapt. at Bushley 14 Richard Dowdeswell, bapt. at 



Wichenford, co. Worcester, 
esquire; living in 1679. 



June 1637 ; marr. there 18 Sep- Ripple, co. Worcester, 22 
tember 1655; living 4 May 1665. November 1638; died in 1640. 



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Judith Dowdeswell, bapt. at Elizabeth Dowdeswell, bapt. at Bushley 19 February i664; 
Bushley 26 August 1666; mentioned in her father's will 6 May 1682; died 17 January 
bur. there 18 September i7o|, bur. at Bushley. M.I. Will dated 15 January 170I, 



following. 



proved 20 April 1706 (P.C.C. 82 Eedes). 



Charles Dowdeswell, bapt. at Bushley in 
1683; died 2 August 1685. 



Richard Dowdeswell, born in 1685 ; died in 
1686. 



Richard Dowdes- 
well, died, aged 
9, 5 February, 
bur. at Bushley 
9 February 172I. 
M.I. 



Artns: Dowdeswell 
quartering Ilanimoml 



Rt. Hon^'^ William Dowdeswell of Pull Court,= 
in Bushley ; mentioned in his father's will 
4 August 1728; educated at Westminster 
School, at Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 2 April 1737, aged 16, and at Leyden ; 
M.P. for Tewkesbury 30 June 1747 to 1754, 
and for co. Worcester 8 April 1761 to 1775, 
Privy Councillor and Chancellor of the 
Exchequer in the Ministry of Lord Rocking- 
ham 13 July 1765 to July 1766; 
died at Nice, France, 6 February, 
bur. in Bushley Church 9 April 
1775. M.I. written by Burke in 
Bushley Church. Will dated 
6 September 1774, proved 22 
March 1775 (P.C.C. 21 Alex- 
ander). (See " Dictionary of 
National Biography^' Vol. XV., 
page j8s.) 




=Bridget Codrington, youngest 
dau. of Sir WiUiam Cod- 
rington of Dodington, co. 
Gloucester, baronet, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
William Bethell of Swindon, 
CO. York ; born 6 November 
1729 ; marr. 6 November 
1747, marr. settlements dated 
5 November 1747 ; executrix 
to her husband's will 22 
March 1 7 7 5 ; died at Sunbury, 
CO. Middlesex, 27 March, bur. 
at Bushley 6 April 1818. 
Portrait {in her wedding 
dress) at Full Court, in the 
possession of Rev. Edmund 
Richard Dowdeswell. 

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67 



Dowdeswell impaling 
Codrington. 



Rev. William Dowdes\vell,=j=Anne. 
D.C.L., Canon of Worcester. 

(See page 66.) 



Rev. William Dowdeswell of Aston-on-= 
Carron, co. Gloucester, Rector of King- 
ham, CO. Oxford ; bapt. at Bushley, co. 
Worcester^ 31 January 1654; Queen's 
Scholar of \Vestminster 1670 ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 3 July 1674, 
aged 17, B.A. 1678, M.A. i68f ; Rector of 
Kingham 1680 j bur. at Kingham. M.I. 
Administration granted i December 17 11 
(RC.C.) 



=Elizabeth Gibbard, dau. of Bernard Gibbard 
Citizen of London, by Anne his wife {see page 
I2j), dau. of the Rev. Miles Barne ; marr. at 
St. Andrew's, Holborn, London, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 15 April 1682, she then 
aged 19; administratrix to her husband i De- 
cember 171 1 ; died, aged 71, 10 May 1734, bur. 
at Kingham. M.L Will dated 6 April 1730, 
proved 23 August 1734 (P.C.C. 179 Ockha?n). 



Mary Dowdeswell, 
bapt. at Bushley 
24 November 

1640; bur. there 
II May 1643. 



Elizabeth Dowdeswell of Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester ; bapt. at Bushley 
28 October 1644; mentioned in her father's will 4 May 1665; executrix 
to wills of her mother 2 February 168°, and her niece, Elizabeth 
Dowdeswell, 20 April 1706; died 24 May 1723, bur. at Bushley. M.L 
Will dated 15 May 1722, proved 23 August 1723 (P.C.C. 164 Richmond). 



Francis Dowdeswell of South End, in Upton-on-Severn, co. Worcester, esquire; bapt. at 
Bushley 14 May 1691 ; not 21, 6 April 1708; died, aged 55, 24 March, bur. at Bushley 
27 March 1746. M.L Administration granted 22 May 1746, to William Dowdeswell, 
nephew (P.C.C.) 



George Dowdeswell of the City of Gloucester,=j=Elizabeth Buckle, dau. 



M.D. ; mentioned in his father's will 4 August 
1728; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
5 December 1738, aged 16, B.A. 1742, M.A. 1745, 
of University College, M.B. and M.D. 1757; 
executor to his mother's will 10 July 1754; died 
at Gloucester 15 May, bur. at Bushley 25 May 
1773. M--^- ^^^^^ dated 26 April 1773, proved 
16 July 1773 (P.C.C. 287 Stevens). Portrait at 
Pull Court, CO. Worcester, in the possessiofi of the 
Rev. Edmund Richard Dowdeswell. A\ 



of Richard Buckle of 
Chaceley, co. Worcester, 
by Elizabeth (Venables) 
his wife ; marr. 1 1 June 
1760; executrix to her 
husband's will 16 July 
1773 ; died, aged 66, in 
1780, bur. at Chaceley. 



Thomas Dowdes- 
well, admitted 
to Westminster 
School in 1738, 
aged 13 ; died 
there, bur. at 
Bushley 21 Jan- 
uary 174!^. 



Sir William Weller Pepys, baronet, a Master in=j=EIizabeth, mentioned in 



Chancery 1775-1807; born i January i74y; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 28 November 
1758, aged 18, B.A. 1763, M.A. 1766; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 23 April 1760, called to the Bar 
1766, created a baronet 23 June 1801 ; died at 
Gloucester Place, London, 2 June 1825. 



will of her grandmother, 
Amy Dowdeswell, 3 August 
1753; marr. 24 June 1777; 
died at Gloucester Place, 
London, aged 82, 21 
October 1830. 



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Pepys, Earls of Cottenham. 
68 



Frances Dow- 
deswell, died 
in infancy in 
1750- 



Roger Dowdeswell, 
bapt. at Bushley, 
CO. Worcester, 14 
June 1658. 



George Dowdeswell of All Souls' College, 
Oxford, B.C.L. ; born at Brinkworth, co. 
Wilts, in 1660; of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 13 March i66|, aged 17, 
B.A. 167 1, B.C.L. 1674. Will proved 
7 October 1676 (Court of the Vice- 
Chancellor, Oxford). 



Richard Dowdeswell, bapt. 
at Bushley 10 January 
165!; of Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 1 3 
March i66f, aged 15, 
B.A. 1671. 



William Dowdes- 
well, bapt. at 
Kingham 29 Jan- 
uary i68|; died 
in infancy. 



George Dowdeswell of Kingham, esquire ; 
mentioned in wills of his grandmother, 
Anne Gibbard, 21 February i7of, and his 
brother, Richard Dowdeswell, 11 June 
1730; executor to his mother's will 23 
August 1734. AVill dated 15 May 1754, 
proved 25 February 1757, by Robert Foley, 
D.D. (P.C.C. 47 Herring). 



Charles Dowdeswell, bom 
at Aston in 1685; Queen's 
Scholar of Westminster 1 700 ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 6 July 1704, 
aged 19; died 22 July 1705, 
bur. at Kingham. M.I. 



Thomas Dowdeswell, 
born in 1694; died 
in 1695. 



Gerard Bourne,=Margaret, bapt. at Bushley 2 March 169^; not 21, 
died before 22 6 April 1708; marr. at St. Paul's Cathedral 17 July 
May 1746. 1722 ; living 3 August 1753. 



Anne Charlotte Dowdeswell, 
of Brook Street, and after- 
wards of Stratton Street, 
Westminster ; born 8 April 
1752; died in September 
1806. Will dated 15 De- 
cember 1805, proved 17 
September 1806, by John 
Dowdeswell, brother (P.C.C. 
706 Fitt.) 



Arabella Dow- 
deswell, born 
12 May 1753; 
bur. at Bush- 
ley 17 January 
1780. 



Thomas Dowdeswell of= 
Pull Court, in Bushley ; 
born 12 January 1754; 
admitted to Westminster 
School 12 October 1767 ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 June 1772, 
aged 1 7 ; died at Pull 
(^ourt, aged 57, 11 No- 
vember 18 11. Portrait, in 
the uniform of the Guards, 
at Pull Court, in the posses- 
sion of the Rev. Edmund 
Richard Do7vdeswell. (See 
Gent.'s Mag., Vol. 81, 
part it., page S^^-) 



=Magdalena Pasley, 
dau. of Admiral 
Sir Thomas Pasley, 
baronet, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Heywood, 
Deemster of the 
Isle of Man ; marr. 
27 September 1798; 
died, aged 66, i Oc- 
tober 1842, bur. at 
Bushley. 



69 



Frances Dowdeswell, 
mentioned in will of 
George Dowdeswell 
24 June 1649. 



John Dowdeswell, 
bapt. at Brink- 
worth, CO. Wilts, 
20 January i66|. 



Anne Dowdeswell, 
bur. at Bushley, 
CO. Worcester, in 
1646. 



Elizabeth Dowdeswell of A'ston- 
on-Carron, co. Gloucester ; 
bapt. at Brinkworth 26 October 
1664. Will dated 19 May 
1685, proved 2 October 1685 
(P.C.C 1 19 Cann). 



Rev. William Dowdeswell, Rector of Kingham, co. Oxford; born at=j=Dorothy Tomkyns, 



Kinghani in 1688; Queen's Scholar of Westminster 1703; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 17 June 1707, aged 19, B.A. 171 1, 
M.A. 1 7 14; mentioned in wills of his grandmother, Anne Gibbard, 21 
February 170^, and his mother 6 April 1730; Rector of Kingham 1712; 
died II April 1750, bur. at Kingham. Will dated 12 October 1749. 



dau. of Thomas 
Tomkyns of co. 
Hereford ; died, 
aged 32, 19 May 
1720, bur. at King- 
ham. M.I. 



George Dowdeswell, 
born at Kingham in 
1725 ; mentioned in 
will of his uncle, 
Richard Dowdeswell, 
II June 1730; of 
Oriel College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 
4 December 1743, 
aged 18. 



Rev. Edward Lockwood of Dews Hall, in Lambourne,=f=Lucy, born 17 
CO. Essex (son of Richard Lockwood) ; of St. John's March 172I 
College, Oxford, matriculated 11 February 173^, aged marr. 29 Aug. 
17, B.A. 1740, M.A. 1744, Fellow of All Souls' College; 1752 ; died 
Rector of Hanwell, co. Oxford, and of St. Peter's, 4 April 1774. 
Northampton, 1750; died at Baker Street, Portman ist wife. 
Square, London, 22 January 1802. Will dated 18 Sep- 
tember 1797, with two codicils dated respectively 22 
November 1800 and 6 June 1801, proved 13 February 
1802, by Edward Lockwood Percivall, son, and Charles 
Drummond, son-in-law (P.C.C. 121 Kenyan). He marr. 
2ndly Elizabeth, only surviving child of Joseph Percivall, 
by Arabella Dowdeswell his wife {see page y2 ) ; and 
3rdly Judith, dau. and coheir of John Bedingfeld of 
Caistor, co. Norfolk, and widow of Sir John Rous 
of Henham, co. Suffolk, 3rd baronet. /^^ 



Charles William Dowdeswell, born 
8 January 1756; admitted to 
Westminster School 12 October 
1767; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 17 December 1772, 
aged 16, admitted to Lincoln's Inn 
7 May 1774; died at Marseilles, 
France, 20 February 1776. 



Mary Theodosia Dowdes- 
well, died at Pull Court, in 
Bushley, aged 74, bur. at 
Bushley i January 1S31. 



Diana Maria Dowdeswell, 
died at Upper Grosvenor 
Street, London, aged 73, 
10 August 1834. 



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Thomas Baugh of=Deborah, bapt. at Brinkworth, co. Wilts, 15 
Pershore, CO. Worcester ; November 1660; executrix to will of her 
sister, Elizabeth Dovvdeswell, 2 October 
1685 ; marr. at Forthampton, co. Gloucester, 
9 February i69y. Administration granted 
20 May 1691 (P.C.C.) 



administrator to his wife 
20 May 1691 ; living 14 
November 1695. 



Charles Dowdeswell, 
bapt. at Brinkworth 
22 November 1666. 



Elizabeth Dowdeswell, bapt. at 
Kingham, co. Oxford, i No- 
vember 1689 ; mentioned in 
will of her grandmother, Anne 
Gibbard, 21 February lyof ; 
died 10 July 17 12, bur. at 
Kingham. 



Henry Barne of Iron-= 
monger Lane, London, 
merchant. Citizen and 
Leatherseller ; bur. at 
St. Martin's, Ironmonger 
Lane, London. Will 
dated 15 January 172I, 
proved 5 October 1726 
(P.C.C. 197 PlymoutJi). 



=Anne, bapt. at Kingham in 1691 ; 
mentioned in will of her grand- 
mother, Anne Gibbard, 2 1 February 
\']o%; bur. at St. Martin's, Iron- 
monger Lane, London. Will dated 
I April 1727, proved 19 August 
1730 (P.C.C. 230 Auber). 



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{See page 128.) 



Very Rev. Robert Foley, D.D., Dean of= 
Worcester (son of Thomas Foley of Stoke 
Edith Court, co. Hereford, by Mary his 
2nd wife, dau. of John Warter of Barba- 
does, and brother of Thomas, created 
Baron Foley 20 May 1776); Fellow of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1740, 
M.A. 1744, D.D. 1756; Rector of King- 
ham, Dean of Worcester 10 January 1780; 
died at the Deanery, Worcester, 8 January 
1783. Will dated 21 August 1781, proved 
10 February 1783 (P.C.C. 71 Cornwallis). 



=Anne, marr. before 12 October Dorothy Dowdes- 
1749; executrix to her hus- well; living 15 
band's will 10 February 1783; May 1754. 
died at Bath, co. Somerset, 
aged 76, 31 October 1802. 
M.I. at Kingham. Will dated 
9 July 1802, proved 22 No- 
vember 1802, by the Hon^'® 
Andrew Foley and the Rev. 
John Foley (P.C.C. 822 
Kenyori). 



General William Dowdeswell of Pull Court, in Bushley, co. Worcester; born 27 February 
1760; admitted to Westminster School 19 January 1770; Ensign Grenadier Guards 6 May 
1780, Lieutenant and Captain 4 May 1785, Captain and Lieut.-Colonel 8 February 1794, 
Colonel 25 June 1797, Major-General 25 September 1803, Lieut.-General 25 July 1810; 
served in the Netherlands in 1793, Governor of the Bahamas 1 797-1801, Private Secretary 
to the Governor of Madras 1802, commanded a division under Lord Lake against the 
Mahrattas 1804, temporarily succeeded Lord Lake as Commander-in-Chief in India 1S07, 
receiving the thanks of the Government of the Hon'''<-' East India Company, retired in 181 1, 
and became noted as a print collector; M.P. for Tewkesl)ury 19 March 1792 to 1797; died 
at Pull Court i December, bur. at Bushley 8 December 1828. M.I. Portrait in pastels at 
Pull Court, in the possession 0/ the Rev. Edmund Richard Dowdeswell. {See '■^Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. XV., page 386) 



Richard Dowdeswell of= 
St. Lawrence Jewry, 
London, merchant ; bapt. 
at Kingham, co. Oxford, 
26 December 1692 ; 
mentioned in wills of 
his grandmother, Anne 
Gibbard, 2 1 February 
170I, and Elizabeth 
Dowdeswell, 15 May 
1722 ; died in 1730, bur. 
at Kingham. Will dated 
II June 1730, proved 
15 August 1730 (P.C.C. 
234 Auber). 



=Elizabeth Manship, dau. 
of . . . Manship, by 
Anne his wife ; marr. at 
St. Michael's, Cornhill, 
London, in 1724 ; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 15 August 
1730; died in 1733, 
bur. at Kingham. Will 
dated 3 July 1733, 
proved 14 September 
1733, by John Manship, 
brother (P.C.C. 237 
Price). 



Joseph Percivall of=j=Arabella, bapt. at 



Stapleton, near Bristol, 
merchant ; executor to 
will of his brother-in- 
law, Richard Dowdes- 
well, 15 August 1730; 
mentioned in will of 
his brother-in-law, 

W'illiam Dowdeswell, 
12 October 1749; died, 
aged 74, 28 June 1764, 
bur. in St. Michael's 
Church, Bristol. Ad- 
ministration granted 2 1 
July 1764 (P.C.C.) /K 



Kingham 29 De- 
cember 1695 ; 
mentioned in will 
of her grand- 
mother, Anne 
Gibbard, 21 Feb- 
ruary 170I; died 
before 21 July 
1764. 



Charles Dowdeswell, mentioned 
in his father's will 11 June 1730; 
died before 3 July 1733. 



Anne Dowdeswell, mentioned in 
her father's will 11 June 1730; 
living 3 July 1733. 



Caroline Dow- Rev. Edward Christopher Dowdeswell, D.D., 
deswell, bom Canon of Christ Church, Oxford ; admitted to 
in 1762; died W^estminsler School 17 June 1772; of Christ 
in 18 16. Church, Oxford, matriculated 5 February 1780, 

aged 15, B.A. 1783, Fellow of All Souls' College, 
M.A. 1787, B.D. 1795, D.D. 1799, Canon of 
Christ Church 1808; Rector of Stanford Rivers, 
CO. Essex, 1802-49, and of Langham, co. Essex, 
1807-29 ; died at Grosvenor Street, London, 
aged 85, I August, bur. at Bushley, co. Wor- 
cester, 8 August 1849. Portrait in crayon by 
George Richmond at Pull Courts in the possession 
of the Rev. Edmiatd Richard Dozvdeswell. 
(See Gent.'s Mag., JV.S., Vol. 32, page 325). 



Marianne Dowdeswell, bur. 
at Bushley 20 March 1775. 



Wentworth Dowdeswell, 
born in 1766; died in 
infancy. 



Anna Dowdeswell, born in 
1770; died II April 1768. 



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Lucy Dowdes- Rev. Bernard Dowdeswell, Rector of Westwell, co. Oxford ; bapt. at=p 
well, bapt. at Kingham 23 December 1700; mentioned in wills of his grandmother, 
Kingham, co. Anne Gibbard, 21 February 170I, and his brother, Richard Dowdeswell, 
Oxford, I April 11 June 1730; Queen's Scholar of Westminster 1716; of Christ 
1697. Church, Oxford, matriculated 23 June 1720, aged 19, B.A. 1724, 

M.A. 1727, Proctor 1735 ; died 14 April 1746, bur. at Kingham. 



Dorothy Dowdeswell, living 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 
9 July 1802. 



John Edmund Dowdeswell of Pull Court, in Bushley, co.= 
Worcester ; born at 1 2 Stratton Street, London, 3 March, bapt. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 31 March 1772 ; 
admitted to Westminster School 14 June 1779; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 29 April 1789, aged 17, B.A. 1793, 
M.A. 1795; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1796, 
Bencher 1834; Recorder of Tewkesbury 1798-1833, M.P. for 
Tewkesbury 1812-32, Master in Chancery 1820-50, and a 
Commissioner of Bankrupts, succeeded to the whole of the 
family estates on the death of his brother, the Rev. Edward 
Christopher Dowdeswell, D.D. ; died at Pull Court 11 November, 
bur. at Bushley 18 November 1851. M.L Will dated 25 
February 1851, proved 16 December 1851, by William 
Dowdeswell, son, the sole executor (P.C.C. 918, 51). Portrait 
by Henry William Pickersgill, R.A., at Pull Court, in the 
possession of the Rev. Ed/nund Richard Doivdesivell. 



yy^ ^^^ i^r-g^^f^^^ ^^^''^^^'^ 



=Carolina Brietzcke, dau. of 
Charles Brietzcke of St. 
James' Place, London, by 
Catharine his wife, dau. of 
Richard Ware of Ludgate 
Street, London ; born at 
St. James' Place, London, 
13 September, bapt. at 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 
London, 11 October 1770; 
marr. at St. James', West- 
minster, 4 September 1800; 
died at 7 Park Place, St. 
James', Westminster, 6 May, 
bur.at Bushley 25 May 1845. 




DowuiisWELL iiupalint^ 
Bkiktzcke. 



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(/?;;- issue see " Visitation of England and 
IVales," Vol. VII., page 80.) 



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Dowdeswell. Grant and Confirmation of Arms to the Rev. Edmund 
t^°*- 7' p- 8o-] Richard Dowdeswell, igo6. 




D D D 




To all and singular to whom these presents 
shall come Sir Alfred Scott Scott-Ciatty Knight 
Garter Principal King of Arms and George 
Edward Cokayne Esquire Clarenceux King of 
Arms of the South East and West parts of 
England from the River Trent southwards send 
greeting. Whereas the Reverend Edmund Richard 
Dowdeswell of Pull Court in the parish of Bushley 
in the county of W'orcester Clerk in Holy Orders 
Master of Arts in the University of Oxford hath 
represented unto the most noble Henry Duke of 
Norfolk Earl Marshal & Hereditary Marshal of 
England Knight of the most noble Order of the 
Garter Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian 
Order one of His Majesty's honourable Privy 
Council that he is lineally descended from John 
Dowdeswell of Hill House in the parish of Bushley 
aforesaid who died in the year 1607 as by his 
pedigree duly recorded in the book of the College 
of Arms is more clearly set forth that his Family 
have continuously used for their arms a fesse wavy 
between six billets since the year 1634 but finding 
upon examination of the Records of the said College that these arms have 
not been duly established & recorded as of right pertaining to them and 
being unwilling to continue the use thereof without lawful authority he 
therefore requests the favour of His Grace's Warrant for our granting & 
confirming the same with such distinctions as may be necessary together 
with a suitable crest to be borne by him & his descendants according to 
the laws of Arms and forasmuch as the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant 
under his hand & seal bearing date the 17'^ July inst. authorise & direct 
us to grant confirm & assign such armorial ensigns accordingly. Know ye 
therefore that we the said Garter and Clarenceux in pursuance of His Grace's 
warrant & by Virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Offices to each 
of us respectively granted do by these presents grant confirm & assign unto 
the said Edmund Richard Dowdeswell the arms following that is to say 
— or two barrulets wavy between six billets sable and for the crest on a 
wreath of the colours an Eagle's head couped or billette sable and collared 
gules as the same are in the margin hereof more plainly depicted to be 
borne and used for ever hereafter by him the said Edmund Richard 
Dowdeswell and his descendants with due & proper differences according to 
the laws of Arms. In Witness thereof we the said Garter & Clarenceux 
Kings of Arms have to these presents subscribed our names and affixed 
the Seals of our several offices this twentieth day of July in the Sixth year 
of our Sovereign lord Edward the Seventh by the grace of God of the 
United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland and of the British Dominions 
beyond the seas King Defender of the Faith &c. and in the year of 
Our Lord 1906. 



A. S. Scott-Gattv, Garter. 



G. E. CoKAVNE, Clarenceux. 



Endorsed : ^^ Recorded in tlie Colle^:;e of Arms, Lofidon. 
H. Farnham Burke, Somerset Herald 6^ Registrar. 
Passed by Charles H. Athill, Richmond Herald." 



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Pedigree of Price. 



Rhys Wynn ap=j=Margaret, dau. 



Price. 

[Vol. 7, p. 87.] 



Cadwallader, living 
2 October 1596. 



of EUizan ap 
William ap 
Griffith. 



William Price of Geeler, co. Denbigh,=f=Susan, bur. at 



and of Bath, co. Somerset, gent; 
bur. at Bath 4 November 1596. Will 
dated 2 October 1596, proved 2 No- 
vember 1604 (P.C.C. 85 Harte). 



Bath 4 Sep- 
tember 1592. 



Rev. John Price, Rector of= 
Farnborough, co. Berks ; of 
St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, B.A. 
1601, M.A. 1605 ; executor to 
his father's will 2 November 
1604; Rector of Farnborough 
24 March i6o|^. Will dated 
9 July 1646, proved 8 February 
164!^ (P.C.C. 40 Fines). 



=Jane, execu- 
trix to her 
husband's will 
8 February 
164I. 



William Price, 
bapt. at Bath 
1 7 August 

1584; Hving 
2 November 
1604. 



Thomas Price, 
bapt. at Bath 
10 June 1586; 
living 2 Oc- 
tober 1596. 



Mary Price, 
bapt. at Bath 
2 November 
1590; living 
2 October 
1596. 



Richard Price; of Queen's College, William Price, bapt. John Price, Edmund Price, 

Oxford, matriculated 4 November 1631, at Farnborough 13 living 9 July living 9 July 

aged 18, B.A. 1634, M.A. 1637; died September 1620; 1646. 1646. 

before 9 July 1646. living 9 July 1646. 



Rev. Bartholomew Price, Rector of Farnborough ; bapt.= 
at Farnborough 13 July 1623 ; of Queen's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 4 June 1641, aged 17, of Balliol 
College, B.A. 164!; died, aged 54, 17 April, bur. at 
Farnborough 21 April 1677. Will dated 6 May 1676, 
proved at Salisbury 8 September 1677 (Cons : of Sarum). 



=Mary Garnham, dau. of William 
Garnham of Farnborough, co. 
Berks, Serjeant of the Counting 
House of Charles H. ; executrix to 
her husband's will 8 September 
1677; died, aged 52, 30 June 
1686, bur. at Farnborough. 



Bartholomew Price, 
died, aged 10, 1 Sep- 
1668, bur. at Farn- 
borough. M.I. 



William Price, living 
6 May 1676. 



John Price of Henley- 
on-Thames, CO. Oxford, 
esquire; mentioned in his 
father's will 6 May 1676; 
executor to will of his 
brother, Petley Price, 
9 July 1722; bur. at 
Farnborough. Will dated 
7 September 1732, proved 
21 November 1732 
(P.C.C. 272 Bedford). 

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Rev. Ralph Price, men-=Margaret Jenny, 
tioned in his father's will bur. at Rother- 
6 May 1676; of Balliol field Greys 19 
College, Oxford, matricu- September 1739. 
lated 8 May 1676, aged 16, 
B.A. 1 61^, M.y\. 1682; 
Rector of Rotherfield Greys, 
CO. Oxford, 1687; bur. there 
10 June 1720. Will dated 
I 5 May I 720. 



Thomas Price of Geeler, co. Denbigh, gent; High Sheriff foi 
CO. Denbigh 1623. 



A 



EHzabeth, dau. of John ap 
Tevan of Carrog. 



Charles Price of Blounts- 
Court, in Rotherfield 
Peppard, co. Oxford ; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 6 May 1676; 
apprenticed to the 
Haberdashers' Company 
in September 1678, Prime 
Warden 1733; purchased 
Blounts Court estate in 
1722 ; bur. at Rotherfield 
Peppard 2 June 1744. 
Will dated 24 May 
1744, proved 6 June 1744 
(P.C.C. 155 Ansiis). 



Catherine Stonley, 
bur. at Rotherfield 
Peppard 6 De- 
cember 1745- 



Petley Price of The= 
Ham, Wantage, co. 
Berks ; bapt. at Farn- 
borough, CO. Berks, 
29 October 1668 ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 6 May 1676 ; bur. 
at Farnborough i o 
November 1722. Will 
dated 9 July 1722 
(Dean and Chapter of 
Windsor). Silhouette 

Portrait in the possession 
of Miss A. C. Moore of 
Eltham, co. Kent. 



Joan Smith of 
Wroughton, co. Wilts; 
marr. at Farnborough 
12 January 170^ ; 
named executrix in 
her husband's will 
9 July 1722 ; bur. 3 
October 1734. Will 
dated 2 1 September 
1734, proved 20 No- 
vember 1734 (Dean 
and Chapter of 
Windsor). 



Charles Price of= 
Blounts Court ; 
executor to wills 
of his uncle, 
John Price, 21 
November 1732, 
and his father 6 
June 1744; bur. 
at Rotherfield 
Peppard 5 June 
1746. Adminis- 
tration granted 5 
September 1746 
(P.C.C.) 



Mary Brigham,= 
marr. at Rother- 
field Peppard 23 
May 1754; bur. 
there 2 2 Feb- 
ruary 1767. ist 
wife. 



=Mary Ovey 
of Henley-on- 
Thames, CO. 
Oxford ; bur. 
at Rotherfield 
Peppard 25 
January i74ir. 



Petley Garnham Price= 
of The Ham, Wantage ; 
born 10 October 1707; 
executor to his father's 
will 9 July 1722 ; died 
16 October 1737, bur. 
at Farnborough. Will 
dated 7 September 1735, 
proved 22 December 
1737 (P.C.C. 283 W^a^d-). 



=Mary Richardson, dau. and coheir 
of Richard Richardson of Smalley 
Hall, CO. Derby, by Mary his wife ; 
executrix to her husband's will 
22 December 1737; bur. at Farn- 
borough 16 January 17^^. Will 
dated 20 March 1781, proved 
4 February 1789 (P.C.C. 106 
Machan). Silhouette Portrait in 
the possession of Miss A. C. Moore 
of Eltham. 



Mary Price, born 2 December 1736, bapt. 
at Wantage i January 173I; died 20 
January 173S, bur. at Farnborough. 



=Sir Charles Price of Blounts Court, knight ;= 
bapt. at Rotherfield Peppard 16 March 
172I; of Balliol College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 3 February 174^, aged 16; High 
Sheriff for co. Oxford 1760; knighted 
4 March 1761 ; died at Chelmsford, co. 
Essex, 25 October, bur. at Rotherfield 
Peppard i November 1803. Will dated 26 
April 1798, with codicil dated 13 October 
1803, proved 9 December 1803 (P.C.C. 
989 Marriott). 



=Jane Child, dau. of Stephen 
Child of Richmond, co. Surrey, 
by Margaret his wife ; bapt. at 
Richmond 23 August 1725; 
marr. 31 October 1771; bur. 
at Rotherfield Peppard 7 June 
1 810. Will dated 4 October 
1805, proved by George Hyde 
4 August 1810 (P.C.C. 432 
Collingwood). 2nd wife. 



Rev. John Buckworth Heme, Vicar of West=Mary Anne, bapt. at 
Hendred, co. Berks (son of Sir Everard Buck- Rotherfield Peppard 
worth-Herne, 6th baronet) ; Rector of Heydon, 
CO. Essex, 16 April 1800, Vicar of West Hendred 
21 June 1810; died 22 March 1852. He marr. 
2ndly Elizabeth, relict of . . . Finch, D.D. 



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23 June 1755; marr. 
at Heydon 14 October 
17S6; bur. at Rother- 
field Peppard 29 April 
1823. 



Caroline Elizabeth 
Price, bapt. at 
Rotherfield Pep- 
pard 15 April 1758; 
died in infancy. 



Rev. Cadwallader Price ; of St. Mary Hall, Oxford,=j= 
matriculated 28 May 1580, aged 28; Rector of West 
Camel, co. Somerset, 15 79-16 14, and of Newton 
St. Loe, CO. Somerset, 1586; died in 1 616. /|\ 



Robert Price, Jane Price, 
living 2 Oc- living 2 Oc- 
tober 1596. tober 1596. 



Edward Price, 
bapt. at Farn- 
borough, CO. 
Berks, 12 Feb- 
ruary 167° ; 
living 6 May 
1676. 



Robert Price of 
London, Citizen and 
Haberdasher ; bapt. 
at Farnborough 29 
April 1673 ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 6 May 1676; 
living 9 July 1722. 



Rev. Bartholomew Price, Rector of Mary, living 
Farnborough; bapt. at Farnborough 26 6 May 1676 ; 
February 1671; of Balliol College, inarried as her 
Oxford, matriculated 19 May 1693, 2nd husband 
aged 16, Demy of Magdalen College . . . Robins. 
1696-1702, B.A. 1697, M.A. 1700; 
mentioned in his father's will 6 May 
1676] Rector of Farnborough 1702; 
bur. at Farnborough 13 November 1732, 



John Price of The Ham, Wantage, = 
CO. Berks; born 28 January, bapt. 
at Wantage 13 February i7y^; 
mentioned in his father's will 
9 July 1722; Sheriff for co. Berks 
1752; died at Newington, co. 
Surrey, 21 November, bur. at 
Farnborough 28 November 1789. 



=Anne Robins, dau. 
ofHenry Robins of 
Wootton Bassett, 
CO. Wilts ; died 12 
October 1773, bur. 
at Farnborough. 



Charles Price, born 
27 March, bapt. at 
Wantage 1 2 April 
171 1 ; mentioned 
in his father's will 
9 July 1722; 
living 7 September 
1735- 



Mary Price, men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 9 July 
1722 ; executrix 
to her mother's 
will 20 November 
1734; living 6 
July 1775. 



John Price, born 25 
November, bapt. at St. 
Mary-le-Strand, London, 
7 December 1734,; died 
in infancy. 



John Price, bapt. at St. 
Mary-le-Strand, London, 
18 June 1736, bur. 
there 20 June following. 



Anne Price, born 8 July, 
bapt. at St. Mary-le- 
Strand, London, 29 July 
1737- _ 

John Price, born 
8 October, bapt. at St. 
Mary-le-Strand, London, 
31 October 1738, bur. 
there 8 November 
following. 



John Price, born 28 Catharine Price, 

April, bapt. at St. Mary- bur. at Farn- 

le-Strand, London, 28 borough 19 July 

May 1740; died in 1758. 
infancy. 

Mary Price, born 13 
October, bapt. at St. 
Mary-le-Strand, London, 
16 October 1741 ; bur. 
at Farnborough. 



John Charles Price of 
The Ham, Wantage, 
J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Berks ; of Lincoln's 
Inn 29 January 1767; 
Captain Berks Militia; 
died 29 July, bur. 
at Farnborough 1 1 
August 1786. 



Captain William=]=Sarah, died at Wallingford,= 
Pitt Burnaby, R.N. i co. Berks, bur. at Farn- 
borough 22 May 181 1. 
Will dated 16 April 18 10, 
proved 10 July 181 1, by 
Humphry Francis \V'alcot, 
son, and Ann \Valcot, 
spinster, daughter (P.C.C. 
357 Crickitt). 
A A 



(nephew of Admiral 
Sir William Burnaby, 
I St baronet) ; mar- 
ried at Wantage 
15 November 1770. 
I St husband. 



^Humphry Walcot of 
the General Post 
Office; bapt. at Bit- 
terley, co. Salop, 
4 November 1753; 
marr. at St. Mary, 
Newington, co. Sur- 
rey, 25 May 1783. 
2nd husband. 



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Robins.=pCatharine, born 1 1 March Bartholomew Price of East=f=Martha Savery, dau. 

of the Rev. Servington 
Savery of Marl- 
borough, CO. Wilts ; 
living at Bath 2i 
August 1797. 



1 7 if, bapt. at Wantage, 
CO. Berks, 29 March 17 14; 
mentioned in her father's 
will 9 July 1722; unmar- 
ried 7 September 1732, 
married before 7 September 
1735- 



Challow, in Letcombe 
Regis, CO. Berks ; men- 
tioned in his father's will 
9 July 1722. Will dated 
15 April 1 77 1, proved 10 
December 1771 (P.C.C. 
494 Trevor). 



/K 



Bartholomew Price of East Challow ; 
of Trinity College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 31 August 1763, aged 16 ; 
executor to his father's will 10 
December 1771 ; High Sheriff for co. 
Berks 1775; died at New King Street, 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 24 January 1799, 
bur. at St. Sepulchre's, London. 
Will dated 21 August 1797, proved 
18 March 1799 (P.C.C. 220 Hotve). 



Thomas Carteret=f=Sarah, born in^William Watson, 



Hardy, Colonel of 

York Fusiliers ; 
bapt. 28 June 1757; 
marr. at St. Anne's, 
Soho, London, 29 
September 1779; 
died at Santa T^ucia, 
West Indies, in 
1796, I st husband. 



1758; bur. at 

St. Sepulchre's, 
London, 25 
October 18 10. 



marr. in 1797. 
2nd husband. 



A 
{See page So.) 



Rev. Ralph Price, Rector of Lyminge, co. Kent ;= 
born 18 May 1745 ; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 11 May 1763, aged 17, B.A. 1767; 
executor to his father's will 20 December 1776 ; 
Rector and Vicar of Lyminge and Perpetual 
Curate of Paddlesworth and Stanford, co. Kent ; 
died, aged 66, 7 July 181 1, bur. at Lyminge. 
Miniature on ivory in the possession of 
Mrs. IV. T. Law of Ripley, co. Surrey, 
daughter of Edwiti Flumer Price, Q. C. 



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=Albinia Woodward, dau. of 
the Rev. George Woodward, 
B.D., Rector of East Hendred, 
CO. Berks, by Albinia his wife, 
dau. of George Courthope of 
Whiligh, CO. Sussex ; marr. at 
East Hendred 2 November 
1775; died at Willesborough, 
CO. Kent, aged 75, 17 August, 
bur. at Lyminge 23 August 
1827. M.L 



Petiey Price, 
died in 1754. 



William Moore of Doctors' Commons, = 
London, and of Finchley, co. Middle- 
sex, Procurator-General of the Court 
of Arches ; died 6 April 1828, bur. 
in St. Benet's Churchyard, London. 
Administration granted 10 May 1828, 
to Philip Charles Moore, son, and 
Mary Anne Moore, relict (P.C.C.) 



=Mary Anne, born 22 July 1775; marr. 24 February 1803 ; 
died at Guildford Street, Russell Square, London, 18 
July 1838, bur. in St. Benet's Churchyard, London. 
Will dated 28 August 1834, proved 14 August 1838, 
by Philip Charles Moore, son, and Emma Moore, 
spinster, daughter, the executors (P.C.C. 542 N'icholl). 
Pencil Drawing in the possession of Miss A. C. 
Moore of Eltham, co. Kent. 



A\ 



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Rev. Ralph Price, Rector of= 
Lyminge, co. Kent ; born 1 7 
October, bapt. at Wantage, co. 
Berks, i November 17 15; died 
20 November, bur. at Farn- 
borough, CO. Berks, 26 November 
1776. Will dated 6 July 1775, 
proved 20 December 1776 (P.C.C. 
515 Bellas). Silhouette Portrait 
in the possession of Miss A. C. 
Moore of Eltham, co. Kent. 



=Sarah Richardson, dau. 
and coheir of Richard 
Richardson of Smalley 
Hall, CO. Derby ; marr. 
18 February 17!^. Will 
dated 9 March 1780, 
proved 16 October 1780 
(P.C.C. 486 Collins). 
Silhouette Portrait in 
the possession of Miss 
A. C. Moore of Eltham. 



John Scoles,= 
Governor of 

Nevis. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Wantage 6 July 
17 18; mentioned 
in her father's 
will 9 July 1722 ; 
marr. after 7 Sep- 
tember 1735 ; 
died 15 April 
i778,bur.atFarn- 
borough. M.I. 



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Sir Charles Price of Spring Grove, in Richmond, co. Surrey,= 
baronet; born 25 January 174I-; executor to his father's will 
20 December 1776; Alderman of Farringdon Without, 
London, Sheriff 1799, Lord Mayor 1803; created a baronet 
2 February 1804; M.P. for London 6 July 1802 to 29 
September 1812; Master of the Ironmongers' Company 1798; 
Colonel 4th City of London Volunteers; died at Spring Grove 
19 July 1818, bur. at Richmond. {See Getit.'s Mag., Vol. 88, 
part a., page 84.) Oil Pain ti fig, by P. Carruthers, in the 
possession of the Ironmongers' Company, London, atiother by 
John Scarlett Davies, in the possession of Sir Charles 
Rugge-Price, baronet, and an Engravitig, by Walker, from 
a sketch by Thomas Stothard, R.A., in the possession of 
Leonard Charles Price of Ewell, co. Surrey. 



-Mary Rugge, youngest dau. 
and coheir of William Rugge 
of Stertloe House, in Buckden, 
CO. Huntingdon {Oil Painting 
in the possession of Sir Charles 
Rugge-Price, baronet); marr. 16 
December 1773; died at Spring 
Grove, aged 86, 22 February 
1838, bur. at Richmond. Oil 
Painting, by John Scarlett 
Davies, in the possession of Sir 
Charles Rugge-Price, baronet, 
another in the possession of 
Mrs. IF. T. Law of Ripley. 



Charles Price of Spring Grove,=j=Mary Anne King, 

dau. of William 
King of King 
Street, Covent 
Garden, London ; 
marr. at St. 
Sepulchre's, Lon- 
don, 3 May 1798; 
died 9 May 1847, 
bur. at Rich- 
mond. Adminis- 
tration granted 2 
September 1847, 
to her son. Sir 
Charles Rugge- 
Price, baronet 
(P.C.C.) 



Sir 

baronet; born 3 September 1776; 
Master of the Ironmongers' Company 
1819; died at Spring Grove 26 April 
1847, bur. at Richmond. Will dated 
5 May 1846, proved 4 June 1847, by 
Sir Charles Rugge-Price, baronet, son, 
and William Potts, the executors (P.C.C. 
511, 47). Oil Painting {with his son 
Charles, afterwards jrd baronet), in 
the possession of Mrs. Robert Pott of 
Bentham Llill, Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent ; two ATiniatures on ivory, one in 
the possession of Sir Charles Rugge-Price, 
barofiet, and the other in the possession of 
Leonard Charles Price of Ewell. 



A 



John Harrison= 
of Ripley Court, 
CO. Surrey, son 
of John Har- 
rison of Ben- 
ningholme Hall 
and Ruisthorpe, 
CO. York. 



As 



=Lucy Henrietta, 
born 13 No- 
vember 1777 ; 
marr. 1 2 No- 
vember 1807 ; 
died at Ripley 
Court in 1809. 
Pencil Drawing 
in the posses- 
sion of Miss 
A. C. Moore of 
Eltham. 



{For issue see ''Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XIV., page 161) 



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William Price of Charlton House, in Wantage, co. Berks, Citizen= 
and Ironmonger of London; bapt. at Wantage 21 December 1720; 
mentioned in wills of his father 9 July 1722, his uncle, John Price, 
7 September 1732, and his brother, Petley Garnham Price, 7 
September 1735 ; Master of the Ironmongers' Company 1772 ; 
died 8 January, bur, at Farnborough, co. Berks, 14 January 
1792. Will dated 3 December 1791, proved by his daughters, 
Anne and Henrietta Price, 3 February 1792 (P.C.C. 100 Fountain). 
Miniature on ivory in the possession of William Arthur Price 
of Oxford, eldest son of the Rev. Bartholomezv Price, Master of 
Pembroke College, Oxford. 



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=Mary Collins, dau. of 
Henry Collins of 
Richmond, CO. Surrey, 
Proctor, by Mary his 
wife ; died, aged 60, 
in August 1789, bur. 
at Farnborough. M.I. 
Miniature on ivory 
in the possession of 
William Arthur Price 
of Oxford. 



Thomas Goodlake of Benhams,=pCatharine, born 22 March 174I, bapt. at Mary Price, 



in Letcombe Regis, co. Berks, 
J. P. for CO. Berks; born 17 May 
1744; bur. at Letcombe Regis 
17 November 1787. 



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Farnborough 4 April 1749; marr. there 28 died in 1764. 
June 1775; mentioned in will of her aunt, 
Mary Price, 20 March 1781; living in 1804; 
bur. at Letcombe Reikis. 



George Rugge Ralph Price of Sydenham, co. Kent ;= 

Price, born 3 born 8 February 1780; Treasurer 

February 1 7 79; of the Royal Hospitals of Bridewell 

admitted to and Bethlehem 1836, Master of 

Rugby in Jan- the Ironmongers' Company 1834 

uary 1785; and 1837; died 3 April i860, bur. 

died 7 April at Sydenham. Will dated 14 Sep- 

1786, bur. at tember 1853, with codicil dated 

Rugby. 27 October 1857, proved 2 June 

i860, by Ralph Charles Price and 

Francis Lysons Price, sons, the 

executors (Prin. Reg., 410, 60.) 

Oil Painting {full-length), by John 

Prescott Knight, R.A., iti the 

Court Room of Bridewell Hospital, 

another by Alary Matilda Betham 

and a Miniature on ivory, in the 

possession of Airs. Ralph Price of 

26 Hyde Park Gardens, London. 



^Charlotte Suvery Hardy, daughter of 
Colonel Thomas Carteret Hardy, by 
Sarah Price his wife {see page y8) ; 
bapt. at St. Stephen's, Norwich, 5 June 
1781 ; marr. at Hempstead, co. 
Gloucester, 3 September 1805 ; died 
5 April 1850, bur. at Sydenham. Oil 
Painting, by Sir Thomas Lawrence, 
P.R.A., in the possession of Mrs. Ralph 
Price of 26 Hyde Park Gardens, 
Londoti, another {with her sister, 
Mrs. Sarah Lysons of Hempstead Court), 
by the satne artist, in the possession 
of Camillo Roth of London, and a 
copy in enamel, by Henry Bo?te, R.A., in 
the possession of Mrs. Samuel Lysons. 



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George Evans of Balham Hall, co. Surrey ;=Sarah, bapt. at Farnborough, co. Berks, in April 



died at Horsham, co. Sussex 13 July 1793. 
Will dated 23 September 1788, proved 
30 July 1793, by his sons, John and 
George Evans (P.C.C. 362 Dodwell). He 
marr. istly . . . dau. of Samuel Palmeter. 



1 74 1 ; marr. after 6 July 1775 ; executrix to wills 
of her mother 16 October 1780, and her aunt, 
Mary Price, 4 February 1789 ; living in 1804. 
Miniature on ivory (attributed to Richard 
Costvay), in the possession of Mrs. W. T. Law 
of Ripley, co. Surrey. 



Richard Price of The Lawn, South= 
Lambeth, co. Surrey, merchant; 
born in London i June 1781, 
bapt. at St. Sepulchre's, Lon- 
don {fio record in Register^ ; 
educated at Rugby ; died at South 
Lambeth, aged 71, 15 September, 
bur. at St. Mark's, Kennington, 
CO. Surrey, 23 September 1852. 
Will dated i September 1849, 
proved 13 October 1852, by 
Richard Price, son, one of the 
executors (P.C.C. 783, 52). 



^Elizabeth Engel Heyman, David Holmes,=i=Anne, born 
2nd dau. of Henry Hey- son of Robert 28 June 
man of Queen Square Holmes of \']^2. Pencil 

House, London, Consul- Ballyadam, co. Drawing in 
General for the Hans Limerick. the posses- 

Towns, by Rosina his sion of Miss 

wife, dau. of William A. C. Moore 

Corbett of London ; born of Eltham, 

24 July 1784; marr. at co. Kent. 

St. Pancras', London, 12 /|\ 

October 1805 ; died at 
The Lawn, South Lam- 
beth, aged 63, 5 March, 
bur. at St. Mark's, Ken- 
nington, 13 March 1847. 



{For issue see ^^ Visitation of Rfigland and 
Wales;' Vol. VII., page 87.) 



Thomas Price of=p=Eliza Plumer, 



Clementhorpe Hall, co. 
York ; born 4 August 
1783; of the 4th 
Dragoon Guards ; died 
29 January 1856. 
Aliniature on ivory in 
the uniform of the 4th 
Dragoon Guards, by 
George Engleheart, in 
the possession of Mrs. 
fV. T. Laiv of Ripley. 



dau. and co- 
heir of Hall 
Plumer of 

Stockton Hall, 
CO. York; marr. 
22 May 1814 ; 
died 10 March 
1857- 



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Catharine Price, 
born 7 February 
1785 ; died at 4 
Eaton Place, Lon- 
don, 2 1 March 
1869, bur. at 
Richmond, co. 
Surrey. Pencil 
Drawing in the 
possession of Miss 
A. C. Moore of 
Eltham. 

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Elizabeth Caroline 
Price, born 1 7 
October 1786 ; 
died 30 December 
1853, bur. at 
Richmond. Pencil 
Drawing in the 
possession of Aliss 
A. C. Moore of 
Eltham. 



Sarah Price, 
born 27 Feb- 
ruary 1789 ; 
died at Rich- 
mond 8 April 
1793- 



Fawkes. 

[Vul. 7, p. 91.] 



Pedigree of Hawkswovth. 



Walter Hawksworth of Hawksworth in Otley, co. York,= 
esquire (son and heir of Thomas Hawksworth of Hawks- 
worth, esquire) ; died 12 March 15 if. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Eastrington, co. York, 23 March 151^ (C Vol. 31, No. 63). 



Waiter Hawks- = 
worth of Guise- 
ley, CO. York, 
esquire ; died 1 2 
October 1503, 
bur. at Guiseley. 
Inq. p. m. taken 
1505 (C Vol. jg, 
No. 160). Will 
dated 8 October 
1503, proved at 
York 13 June 
1504 (Vol. 6, 
fo. lOl). 



=Anne Wentworth, dau. 
of John Wentworth of 
North Elmsall, co. 
York, esquire, by Eliza- 
beth his wife, dau. of 
William Calverley of 
Calverley, co. York, 
esquire ; executrix to 
her husband's will 13 
June 1504. Will dated 
26 February i54g, 
proved at York 18 June 
1548. 



Thomas Hawks-= 
worth of Hawks- 
worth, esquire ; 
aged 40 and 
more 23 March 
151-^. Adminis- 
tration granted 
at York 7 Sep- 
tember 1517. 
Inq. p. m. taken 
at York Castle 
10 July 1518 
{C. Vol. 33, 
No. loi). 



I . I 

Joan Hawksworth, mentioned A daughter, 

in her father's will 8 October died young. 

1503; died young. 



=Margaret Acclom, Joan, men- 
dau. of John tioned in will 
Acclom, by Alice of her bro- 
his I St wife, dau. ther Walter, 
and coheir of 8 October 
Ralph Danby of 1503. 
Yafforth, co. York, 
esquire ; marriage 
licence dated 1 7 
June 1516 ; ad- 
ministratrix to her 
husband 7 Sep- 
tember 15 17. 



I 
Walter Hawksworth of Hawksworth, esquire ; slain at the=j=Jane Paslew, dau. of Alexander 
battle of Pinkney 10 September 1547. Administration Paslew of Riddlesden, co. York; 
granted at York 19 December 1551. Inq. p. m. taken at administratrix to her husband 
Eastrington 6 November 1547, and at Skipton, co. York, 19 December 1551. 
6 April 1555 (C Vol. 84, No. 72, and Vol. 102, No. 37). 



VV^illiam Hawksworth of Hawksworth, = 
esquire ; aged 13, 10 September 
1547; died II February 158!^, bur. 
at Otley. Will dated i February 
158^, proved at York 25 February 158^ 
(Vol. 23, fo. 998). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Skipton 10 September 1588 {JV. and L., 
Vol. 23, fo. 22). 



=Rosamund Lyster, eldest 
dau. of Thomas Lyster of 
Westby,in Gisburn,co.York, 
gent, by Anne his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Richard King 
of Kingscross, near Halifax, 
CO. York ; marriage settle- 
ments dated 26 June 1544; 
bur. at Otley. 



John Hawksworth,= 
attorney in the 
Court of Pleas 
in the Exchequer ; 
mentioned in the 
settlement of 26 
June 1544. 



A\ 



Walter Hawksworth of Hawks-= 
worth, esquire ; aged 30, 1 1 
February 158!^; executor to 
his father's will 25 February 
158^; made a settlement of 
his lands 21 June 161 5 ; died 
II April, bur. at Otley 13 
April 1620. Will dated 29 
March 1620, proved at York 
4 May 1620 (Vol. 36, fo. 13). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Ripley, 
CO. York, 25 October 1620 
(C. Vol. SI 4, No. 3). 



=Isabel Colthurst, 
dau. and coheir of 
Thomas Colthurst 
of Edisforth, co. 
York ; bur. at 
Otley 25 January 
i6il. 



William Hawksworth=j=Frances Vavasour, 



of Hope, at Baildon, 
in Otley, gent ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will I February i58|-. 
Will dated 23 January 
i6o§, proved at York 
12 July 1603 (Vol. 29, 
fo. 97). /K 



dau. of Marma- 
duke Vavasour ; 
named executrix 
to her husband's 
will 23 January 
i6o#. 



John Constable.=Isabel, aged i^ in 1585; 
marr. at Otley 29 July 1602. 

82 



Mary, bapt. at Otley 
7 February iS9f. 



Thomas Crosland of Crosland Hill, in Almondbury, co. York, yeoman ;= 
died on his way to London, and bur. 2 September 1587 {Almondbury 
Parish Registers). Will dated i September 1587, proved at York 
15 December 1587 (Vol. 23, fo. 623). He marr. 2ndly Joan. /^ 



at 



=Marina, bur 
Almondbury in 
1565. I St wife. 



Robert Hawks- 
worth, mentioned 
in his father's will 
I February 158^; 
died young. 



Thomas Hawks-= 
worth, mentioned 
in his father's will 
I February i58|-. 



=Katharine Castleford, 
dau. of Roger Castle- 
ford of Worsbrodale, 
CO. York, esquire, by 
Margaret his wife, 
dau. of William 
Bradsworth ; marr. 
10 August 1585. 



Richard Hawks-= 
worth of London; 
mentioned in the 
settlement of 21 
June 161 5; living 
29 March 1620. 



=Susanna Hewet, 
dau. of Laurence 
Hewet of Hox- 
ton, CO. Middle- 
sex, by Dorothy 
his wife. 



A\ 



A 



Anne Wentworth, dau.= 
of Thomas Wentworth 
of Elmsall, co. York, 
esquire, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Richard 
Goodrick of Ribstone, 
CO. York, esquire. ist 
wife. 



=Sir Richard Hawksworth of Hawks-= 
worth, in Otley, co. York, knight ; 
aged 25 and more 11 April 1620; 
knighted at Woodstock 28 August 
162 1 ; died 11 February, bur. at 
Otley 17 February 165!^. Will 
dated 13 September 1652, proved 
6 December 1659 (P.C.C. 535 Pell). 



=Mary Goodrick, dau. of Sir 
Henry Goodrick of Ribstone, 
knight, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of Sir John Savile of 
Methley, co. York, knight. 
Baron of the E.\chequer. 
2nd wife. 



William Lyster of Thornton=j=Ivatherine, execu-= 

trix to her father's 



and Midhope, co. York, 
esquire (son and heir of 
Sir William Lyster of 
Thornton, knight) ; ad- 
mitted to Gra)''s Inn 
5 March 162-; an officer 
in the army of Lord 
Fairfax; slain at Tadcaster, 
CO. York, 7 December 
1642. I St husbund. 



will 6 
1659. 



December 



A 



=Sir John Bright of Badsworth, co. York, 
baronet; bapt. at Sheffield, co. York, 14 
October 1619; admitted to Gray's Inn 18 June 
1639 ; Colonel in the army of the Parliament ; 
Sheriff for co. York 1654-56, M.P. for the 
West Riding of co. York 12 July 1654; created 
a baronet 16 July 1660; died 13 October, 
bur. at Badsworth 21 October 1688. He 
marr. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Norcliffe of Laiigton, co. York ; 3rdly, Frances, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Liddell, 2nd baronet ; and 
4thly, Susanna, dau. of Michael \\'arton of 
Beverley, co. York, esquire. 2nd husband. 



A 



V 



Peter Hawksworth of Thornbury, co. Gloucester, = 
gent; mentioned in the settlement of 21 June 
161 5, and in will of his brother Walter, 
29 March 1620; living 17 
died before 30 January 164^. 
with will (undated) annexed, 
1649 (P.C.C. 66 Fairfax). 



February i6f^ ; 

Administration, 

granted 9 May 



/K 



=Dorothy Harris, dau. of Henry Harris of 
Thornbury; administratrix to her husband's 
will 9 May 1649; bur. in Thornbury 
Church. Will dated 14 October 1654, 
with codicil dated 13 April 1655, proved 
16 July 1655, by Robert Hawksworth, son 
(P.C.C. 69 Aylett). 



Ralph Hawksworth, 
bapt. at Otley, co. 
York, 25 August 
1595- 



Walter Hawksworth of Danby, co.=i=Jane Carleil, dau. of Tristram 



York, esquire ; bapt. at Otley 6 Decem- 
ber 1596 ; aged 14 and more in 161 2 ; 
mentioned in the settlement of 2 1 June 
1615; living 29 March 1620. Adminis- 
tration granted 5 December 1654 to 
his son, William Hawksworth (P.C.C.) 



Carleil of Sewerby, co. York; bapt. 
1 1 June 1594 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Hull, CO. York, 31 January 162^; 
died before 5 December 1654; 
She marr. istly Thomas Grimston 
of Grimston Garth, co. York. 



/K 



Waiter Hawksworth of= 
Hawksworth, in Otley, 
esquire; born 14 June, 
bapt. at Otley 29 June 
1625; bur. at Guiseley, 
CO. York, 1 1 December 
1677. Will dated i De- 
cember 1677, proved at 
York 16 January 167^ 
(Vol. 57, fo. 654). 



=Alice Brownlow, dau. of Sir Francis Baildon=j=Jane, mentioned in 



William Brownlow of Humby, of Baildon, co. 
CO. Lincoln, ist baronet, by York ; of full 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. and age 4 May 
heir of William Duncombe, 1649; living 22 
Citizen and Haberdasher of November 1653. 
London ; marr. at St. James', /^ 

Clerkenwell, London, 20 Oc- 
tober 1652 ; died 14 March, 
bur. at Guiseley 16 March 
167I. M.L 



her father's will 13 
September 1652 ; 
living I December 
1677. 



Sir Walter Hawksworth of Hawksworth, = 
baronet; born 22 November 1660; 
created a baronet 6 December 1678; 
died 21 February 168-J, bur. at Guiseley. 
M.L Will dated 2 February i68|, 
proved at York 20 April 1684 (Vol. 60, 
fo. 199). 



=Anne Markham, dau. of Sir Robert Markham of 
Sedgebrook, co. Lincoln, ist baronet, by Rebecca 
his wife, dau. of Sir Edward Hussey of Honington, 
CO. Lincoln, ist baronet; marr. in March 167I-; 
bur. at St. Mary's, Nottingham, 27 May 1716; 
executrix to her husband's will 20 April 1684. 



84 



Cyril Arthington of Arthington,=j=Rosamund, Edward Walmisley=j= Anne, men- 

in Adel, co. York, esquire (son living 1 7 Au- of Banister Hall, tionedinher 

and heir of William Arthington gust 1608. co. Lancaster. father's will 

of Arthington, esquire) ; bur. 

at Adel 19 March i6o|-. Will 

dated 10 March i6o|^, proved at 

York 30 October 16 10 (Vol. 31, y^ 

fo. 481). /k 



tioned in her 
father's will 
February 



Mary, men- 
tioned in her 
father's will 
I February 

1581. 

Margaret. 



William Rawson of Shipley, co.= 
York, esquire (son and heir of 
William Rawson of Shipley, 
esquire) ; bur. at Bradford 4 May 
1 63 1. Will dated 11 April 1631, 
proved at York 5 October 1631, 
by Lawrence Rawson, brother, and 
sole executor (Vol. 41, fo. 529). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Bradford 18 
October 1 63 1 (C. Vol. 7 26, No. q8). 



=Barbara, mention- 
ed in her father's 
will I February 
158!^; marriage 
licencedatedi598; 
living 1 1 April 
1631. 



Richard Arthington of=f=Dorothy, men- 



Castley, co. York, gent 
(son and heir of Francis 
Arthington of Castley, 
gent); aged 30 and 
more at his father's 
death 12 May 1610; 
living 29 March 1620. 



tioned in her 
father's will i 
February 1 5 8f. 



A\ 



Sir Walter Hawksworth of Hawksworth, in= 
Otley, CO. York, baronet (twin with Ann) ; 
succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 2 1 Feb- 
ruary i68f ; High Sheriff for co. York 1721 ; 
died 17 March, bur. at St. Helen's, York, 
20 March 173^. Will dated 23 August 1734, 
with codicil dated 17 March 173!, proved at 
York II April 1735 (Vol. 84, fo. 17). 



=Judith Ayscough, dau. and 
coheir of John Ayscough 
of Osgodby, co. Lincoln, 
esquire, by Margaret his 
wife ; marr. at Cundall, 
CO. York, II February 169^; 
bur. at St. Helen's, York, 
2 October 1724. 



Ann Hawksworth 
(twin with Walter), 
died in infancy. 



Waiter Hawksworth, 
born 1 2 October 
1697; died 5 May, 
bur. at St. Helen's, 
York, 6 May 1699. 



William Hawksworth, 
bur. at St. Helen's, 
York, 9 November 
1698. _ 

Anne Hawksworth, 
born 29 May 1700; 
died in June 1700. 



Thomas Ramsden of Crow-^ 
stone, in Halifax, and of High 
Farnley, both co. York, 
esquire ; High Sheriff for co. 
York 1726; died, aged 28, 
2 9 July, bur. at Elland, co. 
York, I August 1727 {see 
next page). /}\ 



=Frances, bapt. at 
Otley 1 1 October 
1702; marr. there 
7 March 172^. 



Walter Hawksworth, bapt. Willam Staniforth, son of=Judith, bapt. 17 Oc- Alice Hawks- 

23 February 170*-; bur. at the Rev. William Staniforth, tober 1706; marriage worth, died, 

St. Helen's, York, 28 Rector of Simonburn, co. licence dated 25 aged 4 days. 

December 1705. Northumberland. September 1731. 

85 



Fawkes. 

[Vol. 7, P- 9I-] 



Pedigree of Ramsden. 

Joseph Ramsden of Greetland, in Elland, co. York, gent (son of John Ramsden of= 
Haworth, co. York, gent); of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 24 May 1661, 
aged 17; bur. at Elland 30 January i68i. Will dated 4 April 1684, with codicil 
dated 22 January i684, proved at York 3 February i68| and 6 March i69y. 



JohnRamsden= 
of Crowstone, 
in Halifax, co. 
York, esquire ; 
died, aged 21, 
24 July, bur. at 
Calverley, co. 
York, 25 July 
1689. M.I. 



=Bridget Calverley, dau. of Walter 
Calverley of Calverley, esquire, 
by Frances his wife, dau. and 
heir of Henry Thompson of 
Esholt, CO. York, esquire ; born 
I October, bapt. at Calverley 
6 October 1665 ; marr. there 
26 February i68§; died 11 Jan- 
uary, bur. at Calverly 1 5 January 
i7i|. She marr. 2ndly William 
Nevile of Holbeck, co. York, 
esquire. 



Thomas Ramsden of- 
Crowstone, esquire ; 
bapt. at Elland 17 Au- 
gust 1669; of Queen's 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 30 June 1687, aged 
17; died, aged 27, 30 
January, bur. at Elland 
4 February 169^. Will 
dated 22 January i69|-, 
proved at York 17 June 
1698 (Vol. 62, fo. 60.) 



=Elizabeth Finch, dau. of 
Joseph Finch, by Judith 
his wife, dau. of William 
Horton of Barkisland, co. 
York ; marr. at York Minster 
17 April 1692 ; executrix to 
her husband's will 17 June 
1698. Will dated 17 Feb- 
ruary 1 7 13. She marr. 
2ndly Sir Richard Musgrave 
of Hayton Castle, co. Cum- 
berland, 3rd baronet. 



Joseph Rams- Thomas Ramsden of Crovvstone,= 

den (eldest and of High Farnley, co. York, 

son), living esquire ; of Brasenose College, 

22 January Oxford, matriculated 8 June 17 14, 

169^. aged 17; High Sheriff 1726; died, 

aged 28, 29 July, bur. at Elland 

I August 1727. Will dated 24 

July 1727, proved at York 16 

October 1727 (Vol. 79, fo. 509). 



=Frances Hawksworth, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Sir Walter Hawksworth of 
Hawksworth, in Otley, co. York, 2nd 
baronet, by Judith his wife, dau. and 
coheir of John Ayscough of Osgodby, 
CO. Lincoln, esquire; bapt. at Otley 1 1 
October 1702; marr. there 7 March 
172^ ; executrix to her husband's will 
16 October 1727 (see previous page). 



Mary, living 
22 January 
169^. 



Walter Hawksworth of Hawksworth, esquire; of University College, = 
Oxford, matriculated 21 October 1742, aged 18; assumed the 
name and arms of Hawksworth under the will of his grandfather. 
Sir Walter Hawksworth, baronet ; died at Burton-on-Trent, co. 
Stafford, 12 October 1760, bur. at Guiseley, co. York. 



=Frances Elizabeth Hall, dau. 
of Joseph Hall of Skelton 
Castle, CO. York; died, aged 27, 
25 November 1755, bur. at 
Guiseley. 

c 



Walter Ramsden Beaumont Fawkes of Farnley, co. York, esquire ; born 1 1= 
August 1746; of University College, Oxford, matriculated 24 November 1764, 
aged 18; assumed the name and arms of Fawkes 2 September 1786, under 
the will of Francis Fawkes of Farnley, esquire (son of Francis Fawkes of 
Farnley, by Margaret his wife, dau. and coheir of John Ayscough and sister 
of Dame Judith Hawksworth); High Sheriff for co. York 1789; bur. at 
Otley 8 November 1792. Will dated 21 October 1788, with codicil dated 
16 September 1792, proved at York 23 November 1792 (Vol. 136, fo. 264). 
A Gold Hi fig inscribed " Walter : fawke.s : ESQ : OB : 31 : OCT : 1792 : ^ : 46" 
is preserved in the co/iectiofi of Memorial Rifigs of Frederick Arthur Crisp. 



=Amelia Farrer, dau. of 
James Farrer of Barn- 
borough Grange, co. York, 
by Rachel his wife, dau. 
of Sir Samuel Armytage 
of Kirklees, co. York, 
baronet; marr. 28 De- 
cember 1768; died in 
November 1806. 



Maria Grimston,=j= Walter Ramsden Hawksworth= 



dau. of Robert 
Grimston of Nes- 
wick, CO. York ; 
marr. 28 August 
1794; died, aged 
39, 10 December, 
bur. at Otley 16 
December 18 13. 
M.I. I St wife. 



As 



Fawkes of Farnley Hall and of 
Hawksworth Hall ; born 2 March 
1769 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
York, High Sheriff 1823; M.P. 
for CO. York 1806; died 25 
October, bur. at Otley 8 No- 
vember 1825. M.I. 



=Maria Sophia Vernon, dau. of John Vernon of 
Clontarf Castle, co. Dublin, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Henry Fletcher of Newton Park, co. Dublin ; 
born 6 April 1786; marr. at Hawkshead, co. York, 
4 January 1816; died at Malvern, co. Worcester, 
aged 61, 4 June, bur. at Otley 12 June 1847. M.I. 
She marr. istly by special licence 17 May 1806, 
the Rev. the Hon*^'"^ Pierce Butler. 2nd wife. 



^(/^cu^t^t^^-y^ /^ a^<Ay^^^^^^ 



{For issue see " Visitation of Ent^land and 
Wales," Vol. VII., page gi.) 



86 



Gilbert Rigby of Halifax, co.=f=Mary, executrix to 



York, esquire ; died at Halifax, 
aged 34, on Wednesday, 20 
October, bur. at Preston, co. 
Lancaster, 27 October 1697. 
Will dated 20 October 1697, 
proved at York 9 December 
1697 (unregistered). /f^ 



wills of her father 
6 March 169^, 
and her husband 
9 December 1697; 
living 24 July 
1727. 



Joseph Ramsden, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 4 
April 1684. 



Susannah Ramsden of 
Hawksworth, in Otley, 
CO. York ; administra- 
trix to her brother 
Samuel, 13 January 
172I. Administration 
granted at York i 
October 1734. 



Richard Beaumont of Whitley Beaumont, co. York,=Judith, bur. at Kirk- 
esquire; born at Whitley Beaumont 24 January 17^^; heaton 17 June 1740. 
died there 10 September 1764, bur. at Kirkheaton, co. ist wife. 
York. He marr. 2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Holt of Grizzlehurst, co. Lancaster. 



A son, bur. at 
Wibsey, co. 
York, I Feb- 
ruary 172^. 



Le Gendre Starkie of Huntroyde, at Symondstone, in Whalley,= 
CO. Lancaster, esquire (son of Nicholas Starkie of Riddlesden 
Hall, in Bingley, co. York, by Sarah his wife, dau. and coheir 
of Valentine Farington of Preston, co. Lancaster, M.D. ; 
executor to his mother's will 9 November 1775; died at 
Calais, France, 8 September 1791. Will dated 10 August 
1 79 1, proved 26 March 1792 (P.C.C. 178 Fountaine). 



=Frances, marr. 12 October 
1769 (marriage settlements 
dated 4 October 1769); died, 
aged 68, 18 December, bur. 
in Padiham Church, co. 
Lancaster, 27 December 
1815. 



A 



{^For issue see Pedigree of Starkie, 
Vol. VI., page 188.) 



Thomas Ramsden 
Hawksworth, born 
3 August 1770; 
died young. 



Godfrey Wentworth Wentworth of Woolley, co. York,=f= Amelia, born 18 
esquire (3rd son of Sir George Armytage of Kirklees, co. October 1771 ; 
York, baronet, by Anna Maria his wife, dau. and coheir marr.atHoving- 
of Godfrey \Ventworth of Woolley, esquire) ; born 9 May ham, co. York, 
1773, bapt. at Hartshead, co. York; assumed the name 12 May 1794 
and arms of Wentworth 10 March 1789, under the will died 25 June 
of his grandfather, Godfrey ^Ventworth; M.P. for Tregony 1834. 
I November 1806 to January 1808; J. P. and D.L. for 
the West Riding of co. York, High Sheriff 1796, Sheriff 
of York 1814; died in Wilton Crescent, Westminster, 
14 September 1834. A 



James Pickering Ord of Langton Hall, co. Leicester, esquire ; born at=j=Isabella Frances, 



Castle Eden, co. Durham, 11 August 1789; died at Tenby, co. Pembroke, 
2 August 1863, bur. at Church Langton, co. Leicester. 



A 



marr. 2 7 March 
1824. 



S? 



Samuel Ramsden of Hawksworth, in Otley, co. 
York; bapt. at Elland, co. York, 23 July 1678; of 
University College, Oxford, matriculated 20 May 
1697, aged 16; admitted to Gray's Inn 6 May 
1697 ; died i January 1724. Administration 
granted at York 13 January 172I. 



Grace Ramsden of Hawksworth ; bapt. 
at Elland 6 October 1682 ; administratrix 
to her sister Susannah i October 1734. 
Will dated 13 December 1734, proved 
at York 8 December 1735 (Vol. 84, 
fo. 168). 



Charles John Brandling of Gosforth^Frances Eliza- 
House, CO. Northumberland; M.P. for beth, born 16 
Newcastle 3 January 1798 to September May 1773. 
181 2, and for co. Northumberland 15 
March 1820; died s.p. i February 1826. 



Francis Ramsden= 
Hawksworth, born 
12 October 1774. 



=Anne Grimston, 
dau. of Robert 
Grimston of Nes- 
wick, CO. York. 



George Legard of Westhorpe= 
House, Scarborough, co. 
York, esquire, Surveyor- 
General of the Duchy of 
Lancaster; born 10 June 
1802 ; died on Tuesday, 
31 October 1882. 



=Anne Elizabeth, 
marr. at York 22 
June 1828 ; died 
at Westhorpe 
House, in her 8 1 St 
year, on Monday, 
27 June 1887. 



George Hotham, Captain Royal= 
Engineers ; bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Beverley, co. York, 12 Sep- 
tember 1796; died 14 April 
i860. He marr. istly Caroline, 
dau. of Richard Watt of Bishop 
Burton, co. York, esquire. 



/K 



=Amelia, marr. 
II July 1844. 
2nd wife. 



A 



Rev. Ayscough 
Ramsden Hawks- 
worth, born 10 
March 1776 ; of 
St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1799, M.A. 
1802. 



Rev. Richard Ramsden= 
Hawksworth, born 1 7 
March 1780; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1803, M.A. 1809; 
Rector of Bulwell, co. 
Nottingham ; died at 
Farnley Hall, co. 
York, 16 August, bur. 
at Otley 21 August 
1816. 



=Isabella Pilkington, youngest dau. of Sir Michael 
Pilkington of Lupset, in Wakefield, co. York, 
baronet, by Isabella his 2nd wife, dau. of the Rev. 
William Rawstorne, Vicar of Badsworth, co. York ; 
born 29 August, bapt. at Wakefield 1 1 October 1780; 
marr. 6 December 1804; died, aged 28, 30 April, 
bur. at Wakefield 4 May 1809. 

(See Pedigree of Milbortie- Sivinnerto7i- Pilkington, 
" Visitation of Etigland and Wa/es," Vol. II., 
page 17s.) 



Rev. Charles Vanden Bempde=f=Amelia, marr. 

Johnstone of Sutton Hall, co. York 13 September 

(younger son of Sir Richard Vanden 1827. 

Bempde Johnstone, ist baronet, by 

Margaret his 2nd wife, dau. of John 

Scott of Charterhouse Square, 

London); born 24 August 1800; 

of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 

1825, M.A. 1830; Vicar of Felixkirk, 

CO. York, 1827-72, Canon of York 

Cathedral 1845-73; died at Sutton 

Hall 15 May 1882. y^ 



Rev. Thomas Dayrell= 
of Shudy Camps 
Park, CO. Cambridge; 



Rector of 
Marston, co. 
J. P. and D.L. 
18 May 1866. 



Long 
York; 
; died 



A 



=Maria, marr. at 
York 9 June 
1828. 



88 



Pedigree of Crisp. 



Crisp. 

[Vol. 7, p. loi.] 



William Crisp of Frostenden, co. Suffolk ;= 
died, aged 70, i July 1740, bur. at 
Wrentham, co. Suffolk. M.I. Will dated 
27 June 1740, proved 26 August 1740 
(Arch: of Suffolk). {See ''Family of 
Crispe," Vol. III., page 36.) 



=Mary, died, aged 66, 
16 January 1737^; 
bur. at Wrentham. 
M.I. 



William Crisp of= 
Wrentham ; bapt. 
at the Independent 
Chapel, Wrentham, 
31 January 170I-; 
executor to his 
father's will 26 Au- 
gust 1740; died, 
aged 72, 8 May 
1777, bur. at Wren- 
tham. M.I. Will 
dated 26 July 1772. 



=Mary Steffe, 
dau. of the 
Rev. John 
Steffe, Rector 
of Wrentham, 
by Martha his 
wife ; bapt. at 
Wrentham 22 
March 17 of; 
marr. there 1 7 
June 1735. 



A\ 



John Crisp of Wangford,= 
CO. Suffolk, merchant; bapt. 
at the Independent Chapel, 
Wrentham, 26 March 1707; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 27 June 1740; died, 
aged 72, 9 June 1778, bur. 
at Wrentham. M.I. Will 
dated 8 August 1777, 
proved 7 June 1781 (Arch: 
of Suffolk). {See ''Family 
of Crispe" Vol. III., 
page 37.) 



■Martha Steffe, dau. of the 
Rev. John Steffe, Rector 
of Wrentham, by Martha 
his wife ; bapt. at Wren- 
tham 28 July 1 717; marr. 
at Blythburgh, co. Suffolk, 
21 October 1740; men- 
tioned in her husband's 
will 8 August 1777; died, 
aged 79, 13 February 1796, 
bur. at Wrentham. M.I. 



Samuel Crisp of Southwold,= 
CO. Suffolk ; born 28 June 
1743; executor to his 
father's will 7 June 1781 ; 
died, aged 73, 28 Feb- 
ruary 18 1 8, bur. in the 
burial ground of the 
Independent Chapel at 
Harleston, co. Norfolk. 
M.I. 



=f=Mary, marr. 8 Oc- 
tober 1772 ; died, 
aged 78, 12 No- 
vember 182 1, bur. 
in the burial 
ground of the In- 
dependent Chapel 
at Harleston. M.I. 



Thomas Crisp of Becclcs,= 
CO. Suffolk, gent ; born 1 1 
July 1745; mentioned in 
his father's will 8 August 
1777 ; died, aged 84, 29 
November 1828, bur. at 
Wrentham. M.I. Will 
dated 2 June 1823, proved 
6 May 1829 (Arch: of 
Suffolk). 



=Sarah Harris, marr. 
at Southwold 20 
June 1796; execu- 
trix to her hus- 
band's will 6 May 
1829 ; died, aged 
77, 21 November 
1833, bur. at 
Wrentham. M.I. 



JohnSutherland=Anne, born 28 June, bapt. at the Thomas Steffe Crisp, Elizabeth Crisp, 

of Southwold, Independent Chapel, Beccles, 22 born 27 August 1780; born 2 December 

surgeon. July 1779; marr. 20 September died 19 June 1781, 1781 ; died 15 

"i8ro; died 23 January 1815, bur. bur. at Gisleham. July 1782, bur. at 

at Gisleham, co. Suffolk. Gisleham. 



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Samuel Crisp of Frostenden, co. Suffolk, yeoman ;=j=Hannah Doggett, 



bapt. at the Independent Chapel, Wrentham, co. 
Suffolk, 2 November 1708; mentioned in his father's 
will 27 June 1740; died, aged 49, 14 January 1758. 
Will dated 24 January 1754, filed 25 February 
1777 (Arch: of Suffolk). (See ^'Family of Crispe," 
Vol. III. page 37.) /K 



living 25 February 
1777. 



Sarah Crisp, bapt. 
at the Independent 
Chapel, Wrentham, 
20 February 171^. 



Sarah Downing, marr. at= 
Frostenden, marriage licence 
(Ipswich) dated 12 April 
1776; died, aged 29, 11 Jan- 
uary 1 78 1, bur. at Wrentham. 
M.I. I St wife. 



=Janies Crisp of 
merchant ; born i 



Southwold, CO. vSuffolk,= 
3 June 1748; mentioned 
in his father's will 8 August 1777; died 
3 March 1802, bur. at \Vrentham. M.I. 
Administration granted 15 June 1802, to 
Downing Oisp, son (Arch: of Suffolk). 



Sarah Lyell of 
Cove, CO. Suf- 
folk; died, aged 
94. 2nd wife. 



{See page p2.) 



John Crisp of Beccles,= 
merchant ; born 10 
February 1752; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 8 August 1777 ; 
died, aged 49, 8 Feb- 
ruary 1802, bur. at 
Wrentham. M.I. 



=Mary Ann Ebbs of 
Walpole, CO. Suffolk ; 
marr. at Walpole 19 
August 1777, mar- 
riage licence (Ipswich) 
dated 9 August 1777; 
died, aged 21, 10 
March 1781, bur. at 
Wrentham. M.I. 



Jolin Dawson of= 
I'Last Dereham, 
CO. Norfolk, 
farmer. 



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=Martha, born 18 October, 
bapt. at the Independent 
Chapel, Wrentham, 24 No- 
vember 1753; mentioned in 
her father's will 8 August 
1777; marr. at Ringsfield, 
CO. Suffolk, marriage licence 
(Ipswich) dated 17 August 
1777; died 6 November 1785, 
bur. at Wrentham. M.I. 



William Crisp, born 12 July 1783; died 
4 FV'bruary 1784, bur. at (lisleham, co. Suffolk. 



Thomas Crisp, born 4 October 1784; 
died 27 October 178}, bur. at Gisleham. 



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Ann Downing, born at Gisleham,= 
CO. Suffolk, lo April 1756; 
marr. there 15 September 1778, 
marriage licence (Ipswich) dated 
14 September 1778; died at 
Beccles, co. Suffolk, 18 March 
1807, bur. at Gisleham. 
I St wife. 



AVilliam Crisp of Beccles ; born at Wangford,=Delia Poules, 
CO. Suffolk, 15 March, bapt. at the died, aged 86, 
Independent Chapel, Wrentham, co. Suf- bur. at Lowes- 
folk, 5 April 1756; mentioned in his toft, co. Suffolk, 
father's will 8 August 1777; died 18 31 August 1849. 
January 1836, bur. in the Independent 2nd wife. 
Burial Ground, Beccles. Portrait in oils 
in the possession of his grandson, Charles 
Crisp. 



Matilda Read, dau. of= 
Stephen Read of VValbers- 
wick, CO. Suffolk ; born at 
Halesworth, co. Suffolk, 
8 June 1782 ; marr. at 
Walberswick 27 May 1807 ; 
died, aged 57, 29 Septem- 
ber, bur. in the Independent 
Burial Ground, Southwold, 
4 October 1839. Silhouette 
in the possession of her son, 
Charles Crisp, ist wife. 



=William Crisp of Southwold, co. Suffolk ,- 
born 4 October, bapt. 18 October 1784, 
baptism registered at Beccles Inde- 
pendent Chapel ; died, aged 59, 23 
February 1844, bur. at Southwold 
Independent Chapel. Portrait in ivater- 
colotirs and a Silhouette in the possession 
of his son, Charles Crisp. 



=Mary Ann Downing, 
dau. of William Down- 
ing of Wrentham, and 
widow of William Rix 
of Frostenden, co. 
Suffolk ; born i Jan- 
uary 1 793 ; marr. at the 
Independent Chapel, 
Colchester, co. Essex, 
17 December 1840. 
2nd wife. 



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(^For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. VII., page 1 01.) 



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Steffe Crisp of Wangford, co. Suffolk, merchant ;= 
born 2 August, bapt. at the Independent Chapel, 
Wrentham, co. Suffolk, 17 August 1758; 
mentioned in his father's will 8 August 1777; 
died 2 April 181 7, bur. at Wrentham. M.I. 
Will dated 26 March 18 17, proved 4 October 
181 7 (Arch: of Suffolk). 



=Elizabeth Downing of Lowestoft ; marr. at 
Gislehani, co. Suffolk, marriage licence 
(Ipswich) dated 19 October 1783; executrix 
to her husband's will 4 October 181 7 ; died, 
aged 71, 3 April 1829, bur. at Wrentham. 
M.I. Will dated 10 October 1826, proved 
II May 1829 (Arch: of Suffolk). 



Thomas Steffe Crisp, born 23 
September, bapt. at the In- 
dependent Chapel, Beccles, 
CO. Suffolk, 13 October 1785; 
died 5 November 1786, bur. 
at Beccles. 



Robert Crisp of Beccles, gent ; born=Susanna Downing, dau. 
16 September, bapt. at the Independent of Joseph Downing of 
Chapel, Beccles, 20 September 1786; Gisleham ; marr. 24 
died 9 October 1813, bur. at Gisleham. May 1809; living 18 
Will dated 18 September 181 3, proved September 181 3. 
21 April 1814 (Arch: of Suffolk). 



Frances Elizabeth= 
Vipan, marr. 7 
September 181 5 ; 
died, aged 27, 
26 February 182 1. 
I St wife. 



i 



Thomas Steffe Crisp, President- 
of the Baptist College, Bristol ; 
born 2 1 October, bapt. at the 
Independent Chapel, Beccles, 26 
November 1787 ; died 16 June 
1868, bur. in Arno's Vale Cemetery, 
Bristol. M.I. 



Juliana Gibson, 
died, aged 81, 
14 April 1872, 
bur. in Arno's 
Vale Cemetery, 
Bristol. M.I. 
2nd wife. 



Benjamin Crisp, 
born 2 7 February 
1789, died 14 
.'\pril following, 
bur. at Gisleham. 



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Martha Crisp, 
born 6 April, 
baptised at 
the Indepen- 
dent Chapel, 
Beccles, 14 
April 1790, 
died 10 July 
following, bur. 
at Gisleham. 



James Crisp of Beccles,= 
Lieutenant R.N. (eldest 
son of James Crisp, by 
Sarah Lyell his 2nd wife, 
see page go) ; born 28 
July, bapt. at the Indepen- 
dent Chapel, Wrentham, 
25 August 1783. He 
marr. 2ndly, Susan, 
dau. of John Dawson 
Copland of Beccles, and 
3rdly, Rachel, dau. of 
Bartholomew Terrell. 



=Martha, born 14 
August, bapt. at 
the Independent 
Chapel, Beccles, 
6 September 
1792; marr. 30 
November 181 5; 
died 13 May 
1822, bur. in 
the Independent 
Burial Ground, 
Beccles. M.I. 



/K 



Nathaniel Downing Crisp, born 
7 January, bapt. at the Indepen- 
dent Chapel, Beccles, 16 January 
1794; died 28 March 1827, 
bur. in the Independent Burial 
Ground, Beccles. M.I. 



Elizabeth Crisj), born 3 July, 
bapt. at the Inde{)endent Chapel, 
Beccles, 27 July 1798; died 
3 April 1835, bur. in the 
Independent Burial Ground, 
Beccles. M.I. 



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Pedigree of Chafy. 



John Chafie of Sherborne, co. Dorset (son of= 
Robert Chafie of Sherborne, by EHzabeth his wife, 
dau. and heir of WilHam Hambridge of East 
Coker, co. Somerset); paid subsidies 1674; 
settled his property by deed of gift dated 25 July 
1704; bur. at Sherborne 18 February 170-^. 



=Dorothy Mitchell, 
marr. at Sherborne 
25 March 1648; 
bur. there 17 June 
1695. 



Chafy. 

[Vol. 7, p. no.] 



Dorothy Chafie, Walter Chaffey of Sherborne; bapt. at Sherborne= 

bapt. at Sher- 28 December 1653; gave lands in Stanley's 

borne 26 De- living to his son, Walter Chaffey, 6 November 

cember 1649 ; 1732 ; bur. at Sherborne 29 June 1738. 
bur. there 10 
November 1665. 



09^x4^ir 




=Anne Scot, dau. of Robert 
Scot of Childe Okeford, 
CO. Dorset, and heir to her 
brothers, George and John 
Scot of Sherborne ; marr. 
in 1680; bur. at Sherborne 
25 February 170!^. 



Rev. John Chafy, Rector of Caundle Purse, co. Dorset ;= 
bapt. at Sherborne 28 January i68y; entered Sherborne 
School in 1698; named heir to his grandfather, John 
Chafie, 25 July 1704; of Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 March 170I, aged 18, B.A. 1708, 
M.A. 1712; Vicar of Long Burton, co. Dorset, 12 
August 17 1 2 to 1 7 18, and of Lillington, co. Dorset, 
6 March 171I to 1757; Rector of Caundle Purse 
21 December 1730; died, aged 70, 9 November, bur. 
in Caundle Purse Church 15 November 1757. M.I. 
Will dated 27 March 1755, proved at Blandford i April 
1774 (Arch: of Dorset). Portrait at Rous Lench Court, 
in the possession of the Rev. \Villia771 Kyle Westwood 
Chafy, D.D. 




SignaUire before 173 1. 



'Elizabeth Corbyn, dau. and coheir 
of John Corbyn of Hazelbury Bryan, 
CO. Dorset, by Ursula his wife, 
dau. of Captain William GoUop of 
Caundle Marsh, co. Dorset; born 15 
March 169^; marriage settlements 
dated 17 April 17 19; died, aged 83, 
8 July 1780, bur. at Caundle Purse. 
M.I. Will dated 29 August 1774, 
proved at Blandford in 17S0 (Arch : 
of Dorset). Portrait at Rous 
Lench Court, in the possession of 
the Rev. W. K. W. Chafy, D.D. 

Signaluie to lease dated 
I February 1762. 



Rev. John Chafy, Vicar of Broad Chalke, co. Wilts,=Anna Gisborne, 

and Prebendary of Salisbury ; bapt. at Lillington dau. and co- 

18 February 17^;}; educated at Eton and at King's heir of John 

College, Cambridge, Scholar 29 October 1728, Gisborne of 

Fellow 30 October 1741, B.A. 1742, M.A. 1746; HorwickHouse, 

Vicar of Broad Chalke January 1752, Rector of Derby, esquire ; 

Caundle Purse 7 March 1758, Prebendary of died, aged 53, 

Salisbury 1780; died s.p., aged 63, 8 February, 26 March, bur. 

bur. in the North Transept at Broad Chalke 14 in the North 

February 1782. M.I. Will dated 7 August 1780, Transept at 

proved 27 Ai)ril 17.S2 (P.C.C'. 170 Gostling). Broad Chalke 

Portraits at Rous Lench Court, by Thomas 29 Marcli 1766. 

Gainsborough, R.A., and James Sharpies, in the M.I. 
possession of t lie Rev. \V. K. \V. Chafy, D.D. 



Elizabeth Chafy of 
Dorchester, co. Dorset; 
bapt. at Lillington 17 
January 172^ ; men- 
tioned in wills of her 
brothers, John Chafy 
7 August 1780, and 
James Chafy 21 March 
1794; died 15 De- 
cember 1809, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Dorchester. 



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William Chafie, bapt. at Sherborne, 
CO. Dorset, 22 July 1655 ; bur. there 
3 November 1665. 



John Chalie, bur. at 
Sherborne 3 November 
1665. 



Mary Chafie, bapt. at 
Sherborne 16 February 
165I ; died in infancy. 



Elizabeth Chafie, bapt. at Sherborne 
13 September 1659; bur. in 1668. 



Hannah Chafie, bapt. 
and bur. in 1660. 



Mary Chafie, bapt. at 
Sherborne 22 January 
166° ; bur. in 1665. 



Walter Chaffey of Sherborne ; bapt. at Sherborne=j=Frances Toogood, dau. of William 



29 February i68|^; mentioned in the settlement of 
25 July 1704; bur. at Sherborne 5 March lyff. 
Administration granted 10 July 1740 (Dean of Sarum). 




Toogood of Newlands, in Sher- 
borne ; bapt. at Sherborne 22 
October 1691 ; administratrix to 
her husband 10 July 1740; died, 
aged 87, 2 December 1778, bur. in 
Sherborne Abbey. 



frccnCjSf CPCL 




John Chafie, bapt. at Sherborne 
8 May 17 18, bur. there 29 
September following. 



John Norman of Taunton, co.= 
Somerset ; executor to will of 
his brother-in-law, John Chafie, 
1 1 March 1797. 



=Frances, bapt. at Sher- 
borne 26 December 1720; 
marriage settlements dated 
4 October 1757. 



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Benjamin Jefirries=f=Mary, bapt. at Lilling- 



of Taunton, co. 
Somerset ; died 
before 27 Sep- 
tember 1788. 



ton, CO. Dorset, 31 
March 1724; marr. at 
Caundle Purse, co. 
Dorset, 20 July 1755; 
mentioned in will of 
her brother, John 
Chafy, 7 August 1780. 
Will dated i December 
1800. 



Richard Little-= 
John of Taunton; 
died before 2 7 
September 1788. 



=Martha, bapt. at 
Sherborne 23 Au- 
gust 1726; marr. 
at Caundle Purse 
4 December 1753; 
living 8 February 
I 782 ; died before 
21 March 1794. 



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James Chafy, 
bapt. at Sher- 
borne 27 June 
1 728; bur. there 
9 December 
1729. 



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Anne, bapt. at 
Sherborne, co. Dor- 
set, 2 1 November 
1689; living 2 5 July 
1704. 



Dorothy, bapt. 
at Sherborne 2 
December 1691 ; 
living 25 July 
1704. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Sherborne 27 
February 169I; 
living 25 July 
1704. 



William Newnham=Mary, bapt. 

of Sherborne. at Sherborne 

25 May 1698. 



John Chafie of Acreman Street, Sherborne, gent ; bapt.= 
at Sherborne 28 May 1724; Governor of Sherborne 
School 1759, Warden 1771; died, aged 72, i February, 
bur. in Sherborne Abbey 8 February 1797. Will 
dated i May 1789, proved 11 March 1797 (P.C'.C. 
138 Exeter). 



ijifiL, 




=Mary Sutor, dau. of 
John Sutor of Silton, 
CO. Dorset, by Susanna 
Rose his wife ; died, 
aged 61, 22 October, 
bur. at Sherborne 27 
October 1788. 



Mary, bapt. 
at Sherborne 
28 May 1724. 



Rev. John Chafie, Vicar of Somerton, co. Somerset ;=Sarah Rurlton, dau. of William Burlton 

bapt. at Sherborne 8 May 1759; educated at of Donhead St. Mary, co. Wilts; marr. 

Sherborne, Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, at Donhead 8 November 1784; died 

matriculated 8 May 1778, aged 19, B.A. 17S2 ; 11 January 1830. She marr. 2ndly 

Governor of Sherborne School 1783, Warden 1790 Joseph Parry of Shaftesbury, co. Dorset, 

and 1 791; died, aged 35, 24 January, bur. in surgeon. 
Sherborne Abbey 4 February 1795. 



James Chafy of Coventry Street,= 
Piccadilly, London, and afterwards of 
Dorchester, co. Dorset ; bapt. at Sher- 
borne 20 December 1730; Surgeon to 
the Middlesex Hospital 6 May 1763 to 
I August 1793; executor to will of his 
brother, John Chafy, 
27 April 1782 ; died 
14 June 1802, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Dorchester. 
Will dated 21 March 
1794, proved 17 De- 
cember 1802 (P.C.C. 
879 Kenyan). 




=Henrietta Meriton, 
dau. of Henry 
Meriton of Chel- 
sea, CO. Middlesex ; 
marr. soon after 
4 June 1784 ; 
mentioned in her 
husband's will 21 
March 1794. Will 
dalcd 6 February 
lyyS. She mar- 
ried islly Nicholas 
I'uMier of Bignor 
Park, CO. Sussex. 



I 
James Parsons=^Ursula, bapt. 

of Dorchester, 
leather mer- 
chant ; living 
21 March 1794. 



at Sherborne 
28 March 1 735; 
living at For- 
dington, co. 
Dorset, 1 3 May 
1802. 



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Rev. William Chafy, Rector of Swalecliffe and Vicar of Slurry, both co.= 
Kent; born 30 April, bapt. at (^aundle Purse, co. Dorset, 11 May 
1746; of St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted 28 November 
1 761, B.A. 1766, M.A., Fellow of Sidney Sussex College 3 March 
1769, and of St. Peter's College; Minor Canon of Canterbury 1777, 
Vicar of Faversham, co. Kent, 12 December 1778, Vicar of Slurry 
I April 1780, Rector of Swalecliffe 8 December 1791; executor to will 
of his brother, James Chafy, 17 December 1802; died at Canterbury 
28 January 1826, bur. at Slurry. {See Gent's 
Mag., Vol. g6, part /., page 180.) Bust 
at Rous Lench Court, in the possession of 
the Rev. W. K. \V. Chafy, D.D. 



MUiak U^f} 



=Mary, born 10 May, 
bapt. at Sherborne, 
CO. Dorset, 3 July 
1755 ; marr. there 
5 April 1774; died, 
aged 78, 13 Oc- 
tober 1833, bur. at 
Slurry. 



John Minet, Lord Henniker of= 
Stratford-on-Slaney, co. VVicklow 
(son of the Hon'''*= Major Hen- 
niker of Streatham, co. Surrey, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of John 
Phoenix of Rochester, co. Kent) ; 
born at Lambeth, co. Surrey, 20 
November 1777; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, LL.D. 1822; 
of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 17 
March 1796; succeeded his uncle 
as 3rd Baron Henniker 5 Decem- 
ber 182 1 ; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 27 May 1822, the 
additional name of Major ; died 
at Major House (now Thornham 
Hall), CO. Suffolk, 22 July 1832, 
bur. at Thornham. Mitiiature 
at Rous Lench Court, in the 
possession of the Rev. W. K. IV. 
Chafy, D.D. 



=Mary, born at Stal- 
bridge Rectory, co. 
Dorset, 20 February 
1776 ; marr. at Can- 
terbury Cathedral 
I January 1799 ," 
died 10 January 
1837, bur. at Thorn- 
ham. Portraits 
and Miniature at 
Thornham Hall, in 
the /possession of 
Lord Henniker, and 
at Rous Lench 
Court, in the posses- 
sion of the Rev. 
W. K. IV. Chafy, 
D.D. 



Rev. William Ben-= 
nelt, of Trinity 
College,Cambridge, 
B.A. 1787, M.A. 
181 1 ; Vicar of 
Stone, of Little- 
bourne and of 
Milton-next-Silting- 
bourne, all co. Kent, 
1826, Minor Canon 
of Canterbury 1801 : 
died at Canterbury, 
a^ed 87, in 1852, 
bur. at Slurry. 
Miniature at Rous 
Lench Court, in the 
possession of the 
Rev. IV. K. IV. 
Chafy, D.D. 



=Elizabeth, bornat 
Bishop's Caundle 
Rectory, co. Dor- 
set, 26 April, 
bapt. there 29 
May 1777; marr. 
at Westgate, in 
Canterbury, 4 Oc- 
tober 1808 ; died 
3 August 1844, 
bur. at Slurry, co. 
Kent. Miniature 
at Rous Lench 
Court, in the 
possession of the 
Rev. IV. K. IV. 
Chafy, D.D. 



Rev. William Lucas Chafy, born at Taunton, co. Somerset, = 
12 January 1807, bapt. at Lambeth, co. Surrey, 7 February 
1812; of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, B.A. 1829, 
M.A. 1832, incorporated at O.xford 1842, Fellow of Dulwich 
College 1836-57 ; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 20 January 
1878, bur. in Locksbrook Cemetery, Bath. Miniatures 
and Portrait (as a child) at Rous Lench Court, in the 
possession of the Rev. IV. K. JV. Chafy, D.D. 

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=Caroline Brooke, dau. of the 
Rev. Zachary Brooke, Vicar of 
Great Hormead, co. Hertford, 
and Fellow of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge ; marr. at St. 
Ciiles', Camberwell, co. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 21 January 1858; 
died 8 October 1898, bur. in 
Locksbrook Cemetery, Bath. 



Rev. William Chafy of Sherborne, co.= 
Dorset, and of Sheriff's Lench, co. 
Worcester ; born at the Archbishop's 
Palace, Canterbury, 7 February 1779, 
bapt. there privately the same day ; of 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 
admitted i January 1796, migrated to 
Sidney Sussex College 18 October 
1796, B.A. 1800, Fellow 4 June 1801, 
M.A. 1803, B.l). 1810, D.D. by Royal 
Mandate 15 November 1813, Master of 
Sidney Sussex College 1 7 October 1 8 1 3, 
Vice-Chancellor of the University 181 3 
and 1829 ; Chaplain-in-Ordinary to 
George III., George IV., William IV. 
and Queen V^ictoria ; died at Cam- 
bridge 16 May, bur. in the chapel of 
Sidney Sussex College on Monday, 22 
May 1843. Will dated 20 December 
1841, with codicil dated i April 1843, 
proved 2 September 1843, by John, 
Lord Henniker, nephew, and John 
Heaton, the executors (P.C.C. 618, 43). 
Portraits and Miniatures at Rous 
Lench Court, in the possession of the 
Rev. W. K. W. Chafy, D.D., and 
at Sidney Sussex College, Ca?nbridge. 




Mary Westwood, 
youngest dau. and 
coheir of John 
Westwood of Chat- 
teris, CO. Cam- 
bridge, J. P. and 
D.L., High Sheriff 
for the counties 
of Cambridge and 
Huntingdon 1799, 
by Anne Allpress 
his I St wife ; born 
28 May, bapt. at 
Chatteris 25 June 
1778 ; marr. at 
Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, 4 De- 
cember 1813; died 
at Sidney Lodge, 
Cambridge, 3 June, 
bur. in the chapel 
of Sidney Sussex 
College 9 June 
1 83 1. Portraits 

and Mi?tiatures of 
her and her father 
at Rous Lench 
Court, in the pos- 
session of the Rev. 
W. K. IV. Chafy, 
D.D. 



John Chafy of= 
Walcote Place, 
Lambeth, co. 
Surrey, Chief 
Inspector of 
Customs at 

Liverpool 1840; 
born 16 July, 
bapt. privately 
the same day, re- 
ceived into the 
church at Can- 
terbury Cathe- 
dral 10 August 
1780; died at 
Liverpool in 
June 1840, bur. 
there. Portrait 
and Miniature 
at Rous Lench 
Court, iti the 
possession of the 
Rev. IV. K. W. 
Chafy, D.D. 



{For issue see " Visitation of Englaiid a7id Wales,' 
Vol. VLL, page no.) 



Emma Lucas, 
3rd dau. of 
Stucley Lucas of 
Barons Down, 
CO. Somerset ; 
born I July 
1787 ; marr. at 
King's Bromp)- 
ton, CO. Somer- 
set, 4 April 
1805 ; died at 
her residence 
in Marlborough 
Street, Bath, in 
her 93rd year, 
on Friday, 1 3 
February 1880, 
bur. in Locks- 
brook Cemetery, 
Bath. Minia- 
ture at Rous 
Lench Court, in 
the possession of 
Rev. W. K. IV. 
Chafy, D.D. 



John Chafy, born at Taunton, co. Somerset, = 
13 January 1809, bapt. at St. Mary's, Lambeth, 
CO. Surrey, 7 February 181 2; died suddenly 
at Camberwell, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 
9 April 1864, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey. Portrait at Rous Lench Court, in the 
possession of the Rev. IV. K. IV Chafy, D.D. 



=Mary Anne Dennison, eldest daughter of 
Robert B. Dennison of Cecil Square, Margate, 
CO. Kent, M.D. ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Margate, on Tue.sday, 6 April 1858; died at 
I Minton Villas, Ealing Dean, co. Middlesex, 
aged 61, on 'i'uesday, 19 January 1875, bur. 
with her husband in Norwood (Cemetery. 



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Frances Chafy, born i8 June, bapt. 
privately 20 June, received into the 
church at Canterbury Cathedral 16 
July 1782; died in 1839, bur. at 
Slurry, co. Kent. Miniature at 
Rous Lench Court, in the possession 
of the Rev. \V. K. IV. Chafy, D.D. 



James Chafy, born 29 
January, bapt. privately 
31 January, received into 
the church at Canterbury 
Cathedral 25 March 1784; 
died 28 April 1832, bur. 
at Sturry. 



Sophia Ursula Chafy, born 
14 December, bapt. privately 
24 December 1786, received 
into the church at Canter- 
bury Cathedral 22 January 
1787 ; died in 1853, bur. at 
Sturry. 



Martha Chafy, born 7 December, 
bapt. privately 12 December 
1790, received into the church 
at Canterbury Cathedral 25 Jan- 
uary 1791 ; died 9 September, 
bur. at Sturry 13 September 
1791. 



Martha Jemima Chafy, born 
31 December 1794, bapt. 
privately 1 1 January, received 
into the church at Canterbury 
Cathedral 10 March 1795; 
died 29 April 1870, bur. at 
Sturry. 



Thomas Edward Chafie 
Chafy, born 18 December 
1800, bapt. at Canterbury 
Cathedral 6 January 1801 ; 
died 23 June, bur. at Sturry 
30 June 1803. 



Original Deed of Gift of Stanley s Living in the 
Homage of PVestbiiry, Sherborne, dated 
26 July 1704. 

Whereas I the said John Chaffy gave unto my Sonn Walter Chaffy of 
Sherborne and settled to him in Marriage All that one halfe part of the Moiety 
of that my Estate commonly called Stanlys Living, some of it being then in 
hand, and the Residue of the said halfe part at or as soone as the said Living 
should fall into hand or to my Possession : Now know ye that I the said 
John Chaffy the Elder for and in Consideration of the Naturall Love, good 
will and Affection which I have and doe beare towards my Loving Sonn Walter 
Chaffy aforesaid, and my (Irandson John Chaffy Sonn of the said Walter Chaffy: 
Have given and Granted, and by these presents doe give and Grant unto my 
said Sonn Walter Chaffy his Executors Administrators and Assigns all that other 
part of my said Estate called Stanlys Living not formerly given and Granted 
to him in Marriage, Immediately after my Decease, or as soone as the said 
Living falls into hand and be properly our owne (The Create House, Garden 
and Appurtenances thereunto belonging where my selfe and one M"" Smith now 
liveth only Excepted) And at or assoone as the said Living comes or happens 
to be the proper Right of my said Sonn Walter then he shall pay unto his 
Sonn and my Cirandsonn John Chaffy aforesaid yearly and every yeare during 
the Naturall Life of him the said VValter Chaffy out of the said Living the 

98 



Summ of five Pounds of Lawfull Money of England (Provided the said John Chafy. 

Chaffy doth happen soe long to live) The Create House aforesaid with the [Vol. 7, p. no.] 

Garden & Appurtenances thereunto belonging Immediately after my Decease, 

where my Selfe and the said M"" Smith now liveth 1 give unto my said 

Crandson John Chaffy his Executors Administrators and Assigns for & during 

all the Right Title, Terme of years and Interest which I have thereunto : 

And by these presents doe freely, clearly, and absolutely give and Grant to my 

said Grand-Sonn John Chaffy aforesaid his Heirs, Executors, Administrators and 

Assigns, All and Singular my Goods and Utensils of Household Stuffe, Plate, 

Ready Money, Bills, Bonds, Implements, and all other things to mee belonging 

and which I may justly call as in Right my owne, whether alive or Dead, as 

well moveables as things Immovable both Reall & Personall (not before other 

waies beqveathed) In whose Hands Custody or Possession soever they be, or 

wheresoever the same or any of them or any part of them can or may now or 

hereafter be found remaining or being as well in the Messuage or Tenement 

wherein I now Dwell as in any place or Messuage whatsoever. To have and 

to Hold all the said Goods & Utensills of Household Stuffe, Plate, Ready 

Money, Bills, Bonds, Implements and all other the premises unto the said John 

Chaffy my said Grand-Sonn his Heirs Executors Administrators & Assigns from 

& Immediately after my Decease as his and their proper Goods for Ever : 

Upon Condition that he the said John Chaffy his Executors Adm" or Assigns 

some or one of them within Six Moneths after my Decease shall pay these 

Summs of Money following, And Deliver these goods following : (That is to say) 

To my Grandson Walter Chaffy ffive Pounds, To my Grand Daughter Ann 

Chaffy ffive Pounds : To my Grand-Daughter Dorothy Chaffy ffive Pounds : 

And one ffeather bedd with Appurtenances Thereunto belonging: & one brasse 

pott, her Aunt Dorothy Chaffys Trunke, my Wives Wedding Ring & her Petticoate 

and Caster Hatt : Item To my Grand-Daughter EHzabeth Chaffy ffive Pounds, 

To my Grand-Daughter Mary Chaffy ffive Pounds. And to Mary Willis and 

Elizabeth Waker ffifty shillings apeice. As I the said John Chaffy the Elder 

have absoloutely and of my owne accord set and put in further Testimony : 

And I doe Order & Desire my well beloved Sonn Walter Chaffy aforesaid 

and my Trusty & well beloved ffriend George Scott his brother in Law to be 

my Trustees herein, to take care that all things be faithfully done, and performed 

according to the true Intent & meaning of these presents : In Witnesse whereof 

I have hereunto sett my hand & Seale this Twenty sixth Day of July, In the 

Third yeare of the Reigne of our Soveraigne Lady Ann by the Grace of 

God of England, Scotland, ffrance and Ireland Qveene Defender of the 

ffaith &c: Annoc^ Domini 1704: 



A ssignment of Stanley s Living by IValter Chaff ey to 
his son PV alter, dated 6 December 1732. 

Witur;Si,$'Cth that the said Walter Chaffey the Elder In Consideration of the 
natural Love and Affection which he hath for his said Son Walter Chaffey And 
also in Consideracon of the Sum of Sixty six pounds and ten Shillings to be to 
him paid by the said Walter Chaffey the younger before the Sealing and Delivery 
of these presents and likewise for divers other good Causes him thereunto moving 
^ath granted assigned transferred and set over unto the said Thomas Lambert 

99 



Chafy. and Isaac 'I'oogood i^U Those his Three Tenements heretofore called Stanlys 

[Vol. 7, p. no.] Living containing by Estiinacon one hundred and ten Acres with their and every 
of their appurtenances situate lying and being within the Homage of VVestbury 
within the Manor and Parish of Sherborn aforesaid now in the Occupacon of 
the said W^alter Chaffey the Younger by Virtue of a Lease for \_blank in orig^ 
Years And likewise the House and Garden now in Possession of John Chaffey 
Clerk whenever his Term therein shall be expired And all other Houses Buildings 
Barns Stables Courts Backsides Gardens Lands Meadows Pastures Coiiions and 
all other profits Comodities and Advantages to the said Tenements or any of 
them in any wise appertain mg which Tenements he the said Walter Chaffey the 
Elder holds by Lease or Leases from the Right HonWe William Lord Digby for 
the Term of fourscore and nineteen Years If he the said Walter Chaffey the Elder 
and his said Son Walter and his Daughter Mary Chaffey should so long happen 
to live J^o lUlVC a»(l to hoUl the said Three Tenements Houses Buildings 
Lands and all other the premisses by these presents before granted or hereby 
menconed or intended to be granted with all and Singular their Appurtennces 
unto the said Thomas Lambert and Isaac Toogood their Executors and 
Administrators for and during the whole Term which the said Walter Chaffey 
the Elder hath or ought to have in the said premises |Jn 5^VU,$'t for the Uses 
and Purposes hereinafter menconed. 



Marriage Settleiuejits between John CJwfie and 
Elizabeth Corben, dated y April ijig. 

Articles of Agreement made 7 April 17 19, between (i) John Chafie of 
Lillington, co. Dorset, clerk, (2) Ursula Corben, the elder, of Sherborne, co. 
Dorset, widow, and her daughter Elizabeth Corben, spinster, and (3) Ralph Gollop 
of Lillington, gent, and Thomas Gollop of Weymouth, co. Dorset, merchant. 

In consideration of his intended marriage with the said Elizabeth Corben 
and the marriage portion he is to receive with her, John Chafie agrees within ten 
days of his marriage to make a conveyance of his freehold lands at Sherborne in 
trust for himself and the said Elizabeth and their issue ; also to assure to his 
wife her rights in his copyhold lands at Sherborne. Ursula Corben also agrees 
that her daughter Elizabeth shall have an equal share in all her estate with her 
other daughter Ursula Corben, the younger. 

Witnesses: Edw: Cozens, Era: Fisher. 

Signature of 




{Counterpart) Witnesses as above. Signatures of 




'^^ Scrr^-^^ ^^ (sf^u.a^'^ U^rr^e/T^ 



100 




Pedigree of Foot. 

Jane Lundy, dau.=f=Jeffery Foot of=Catherine Fitz- 



Foote. 

[Vol. 7, p. 130. 



of James Lundy 
of Ringsend, co. 
Dublin; niarr. 13 
April I 732, marriage 
licence (Dublin) 
dated 1 2 April 
1732 ; died, aged 
32, 2 November 
1745, bur. at St. 
Matthew's, Irish- 
town, CO. Dublin. 
M.I. I St wife. 



College Street, Dub- 
lin ; died, aged 69, 
3 March 1773, 
bur. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Irishtown. 
M.I. Will dated 
20 February 1772, 
proved 18 March 
1773 (Prerog: 

Court, Ireland). 



smimons, mar- 
riage licence 
(Dublin) dated 
6 September 
1754. Adminis- 
tration granted 
1 1 December 
1760 (Prerog: 
Court, Ireland). 
2nd wife. 



Elizabeth Foot, 
born 14 April 
1733; died young. 



James Foot, born 
18 May 1734; 
died young. 



Lundy Foot of Aungier Street,- 
Dublin, Alderman of Dublin; born 
16 April 1735 ; executor to his 
father's will 18 March 1773; fined 
for Sheriff 1792, Alderman of 
Dublin 1798; died in Aungier 
Street, Dublin, 2 January 1805, 
bur. at St. Matthew's, Irishtown. 
M.I. Will dated 19 July 1804, 
proved 17 January 1805 (Prerog: 
Court, Ireland). 



=Catherine Williams, dau. of Thomas 
Williams of Escaroon, co. Meath ; 
born in August 1737; marr. at 
St. Bridget's, Dublin, 3 June 1758, 
marriage licence (Dublin) dated 
I June 1758; died at French Street, 
Dublin, 6 March 18 10, bur. at 
St. Matthew's, Irishtown. M.I. Will 
dated i March 1807, proved 7 June 
18 10 (Prerog: Court, Ireland). 



9 Septem- 
ber 1842. 



Rev. John=Elizabeth, born 14 
Webb,died October 1759; execu- 
trix to her father's 
will 17 January 1805 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Dublin, 9 March 
1805, marriage licence 
(Dublin) dated the 
same day. 



Joseph Dickenson=j=Jane, born 23 February, bapt. at 



of Ushers Quay, 
Dublin, merchant ; 
Sheriff of Dublin 
1 791. Will dated 
26 December 1794, 
proved 7 February 
1797 (Prerog: 

Court, Ireland). 



St. John's, Dublin, 2 March 1761 ; 
marr. 14 May 1791, marriage licence 
(Dublin) dated 13 May 1791 ; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 7 February 
1797, and her mother's will 7 June 
1 8 10; died in Harcourt Street, 
Dublin, 7 January 181 2. Will dated 
3 January 18 12 (not executed). 



/K 



Elizabeth Vicars,=j=Rev. Lundy Foot, born at Holly Park,= 
Dublin, 3 April, bapt. at St. John's, Dublin, 
9 June 1793; M.A. of Trinity College, 
Dublin; called to the Bar 1817; Rector 
of Long Bredy, co. Dorset, Prebendary of 
Salisbury ; died, aged 79, on Sunday, 
5 January, bur. at Long Bredy 10 January 
1873. Will dated 14 December 1869, 
with codicil dated 11 September 187 1, 
proved 21 April 1873, by John William 
Cunningham and the 
Rev. Jeffery Robert Foot, 
son, two of the executors 
(Prin. Reg., 252, 73). 



dau. of Thomas 
Vicars of Browns- 
ford, CO. Kilkenny, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of 
Hamilton Corges 
of Kilbrew, co. 
Meath, M. P.; born 
at Kilbrew in 1798; 
marr. in Dublin 7 
November 181 7 ; 
died at Blackrock, 
CO. Dublin, 17 
March 1825. ist 
wife. 



jL'j^a^tH- 



/K 



(ivr issue see '■'• Visitatioit of England and Wales" 
Vol. /V/., pa^-e rjo.) 



=Harriett Cunningham, eldest 
surviving dau. of the Rev. 
John William Cunningham, 
Vicar of Harrow, co. Middle- 
sex ; born at Moor Park, 
Rickmansworth, co. Hert- 
ford, 25 November 1808; 
marr. at Harrow (by the 
Rev. Francis Cunningham) 
on Wednesday, 28 No- 
vember 1827; died at the 
house of her father at 
Harrow, aged 30, on Friday, 
12 April, bur. at Harrow 19 
April 1S39. 2nd wifi-. 



El 


zabeth, 


born 


John Foot, born 


17 


i 
Stephet 


Foot, b 


jrn 1 5 Decern 


ber=T=El 


izabeth, 


died 


20 


May I 


736. 


December 


1737- 




1738; 
father's 


named 
will 20 


executor 
February 


to 
17 


his 


in 


C)clober 


1768. 














died in 


October 


1778. 




A 







Simon Foot, born in 1740;= 
Major 73rd Regiment of Foot ; 
died at Port-au-Prince, in the 
Island of San Domingo, 29 
May 1795. Will dated 30 De- 
cember 1794, proved 7 April 
1798 (Prerog: Court, Ireland). 



^Elizabeth Ratcliff, 
executrix to her 
husl)and's will 7 
April 1798. 



Bernard= 
Russell. 



=Christian, born 
12 April 1743; 
marr. in July 
1769 ; died 14 
January 1805. 



Nancy, born 
9 March 174I. 



Martha, born Jeffery Foot of liolly Park, co. Dublin ;= 
in 1762. born 6 August, bapt. at St. John's, 

Dublin, 9 August 1763; Alderman of 
Dublin 182 1 ; died in Leeson Street, 
Dublin, 2 September 1824, bur. at St. 
Matthew's, Irishtown, co. Dublin. M.I. 
Will dated 25 July 18 18, proved 
7 October 1824 (Prerog: Court, Ireland). 



=Elinor Williams, dau. of James 
Williams of Trammount, co. Meath; 
born in 1773; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Dublin, I January 1791, marriage 
licence (Dublin) dated 31 December 
1790 ; died at Proby Square, 
Dublin, 3 .-\pril 1865. Administra- 
tion (witii will annexed) granted 
2 May 1865. 



James Foot of 4 Grove=f=Letitia Glas- 



Road, St. John's Wood, 
CO. Middlesex ; born 
in 1794; of Trinity 
College, Dublin, M. A. 
1833 ; died at 12 
Westbourne Terrace 
Road, Paddington, 
London, aged 71, 20 
October 1866. Will 
proved 3 November 
1866 (Prin. Reg.) 



cock, eldest 
dau. of Ed- 
ward Barclay 
Glascock. 



Simon Foot of Holly= 
Park, CO. Dublin ; 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Dublin, 5 November 
'795 ; of Trinity 
College, Dublin, M.A. 
1832; diedat4Avoca 
Villas, Blackrock, co. 
Dublin, aged 78, on 
Saturday, i November 
1873. Will proved 
28 November 1873. 



A 



=Marianne(jlas- 
cock, 2nd dau. 
of Edward 
Barclay Glas- 
cock : marr. 
at Hampstead, 
CO. Middlesex, 
on Monday, 
30 July 1827. 



Jeffery Foot, of 
Trinity College, 
Dublin, B.A. 
1821 ; died at 49 
AbingdonVillas, 
\Vest Kensing- 
ton, London, 
aged 73, on 
Wednesday, 2 7 
August 1873. 



A\ 



Lundy Foot of Dublin, Barrister-at-= 
Law ; born 24 October, bapt. at St. 
John's, Dublin, 11 November 1764; 
of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1785 ; 
called to the Bar 1788; executor to 
wills of his father 17 January 1805, 
and his mother 7 June 1810; murdered 
in the grounds of his house at Ros- 
bercon, near New Ross, co. Kilkenny, 
2 January 1835, t>ur. at St. Matthew's, 
Irishtown, co. Dublin. M.I. /|\ 



=Ann Gilbert, dau. of 
William Gilbert of 
Dublin; born 15 Feb- 
ruary 1768 ; marr. at 
St. Bridget's, Dublin, 
29 October 1790, mar- 
riage licence (Dublin) 
dated 2 1 October 
1790; died I March 
1844. 



William Henry= 

Maunsell. 



=Christian, born 

1 June 1766; 
mentioned in 
her father's 
will 19 July 
1 804 ; marriage 
licence dated 

2 May 1806. 



James Foot of=j= 
Banville, co. 
Down, J.P. ; 
bom 2 April 
1 7 70; executor 
to his father's 
will 1 7 January 
1805 ; died 
24 September 
1836. A 



=Sophia Isaac D'Olier, dau. of 
Jeremiah D'Olier of Dublin, 
by Jane his wife, dau. of 
Matthew Collins ; marr. at 
St. Werburgh's, Dublin, mar- 
riage licence (Dublin) dated 
27 October 1795; died 18 
November 1858. Will proved 
18 December 1858. 



George Darley of=^Amelia, born 6 December, 



Springfield, CO. Dub- 
lin. Will dated 17 
July 1813, proved 
6 November 18 13, 
by Henry Darley, 
son (Prerog: Court, 
Ireland). 



bapt. at St. John's, Dublin, 
9 December 1772; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Dublin, 26 
October 1797, marriage 
licence (Dublin) dated 
25 October 1797 ; living 
19 July 1804. 



/N 



Letitia Jane, bapt. at St. John's, Randal Foot, born 7 January, bapt. at St. John's,=f= 



Dublin, 6 October 1776. 



Frederick Foot, bapt. at St. John's, 
Dublin, 28 December 1777. 



Dublin, 14 January 1779; Captain 6th Dragoon 
Guards, retired 30 November 181 5; died at Bromley, 
CO. Kent, 15 January 1841. Will dated 8 November 
1836, proved 23 February 1841, by Randal Foot, 
son, the sole executor (P.C.C. 103, 41). /k 



Rev. Frederick Foot,=j=Sophia Pem- William Foot, J.P.= 



Rector of Fethard, co. 
Ti[)perary ; of Trinity 
College, Dublin, M.A. 
1832 ; died at Sandy 
Cove, CO. Dublin, 23 
November 1871. Will 
proved 22 December 
1871. A 



berton,dau.of 
Joseph Pem- 
berton; marr. 
15 July 1831. 



for CO. Kildare ; 
died at 59 North- 
umberland Road, 
Dublin, in his 90th 
year, on Wednes- 
day, 1 9 March 1 902. 



A 



=Margaret Esther 
Revell, only dau. 
of John Revell 
of Sea Park, co. 
Wicklow ; marr. 
1 7 December 
1836. 



Lettice, marr. 
in 1831, the 
Rev. John 
Magee. 



Rev. William= 
Magee, died 
30 November 
1867. 



=Catharine Eliza- 
beth, marr. 7 
November 1827 ; 
died, aged 89, 
21 October 1887. 



/K 



Ven''''-' Joseph=j=Louisa, marr. 



Cal well, Arch- 
deacon of 
Clogher;died 
21 November 
1876, 



23 June 1831 ; 
died in 1885. 



/K 



Cecilia Eleanor lH)ot, ad- 
ministratrix to her mother 

2 May 1865 ; died at 14 
Brunswick Gardens, Ken- 
sington, London, on Friday, 

3 October 1873. Will 
proved 15 November 1873. 



Dicken. 

[Vol. 7, p. 138.] 



Pedigree of Dick eft. 



John Dicken of Wollerton, in Hodnet, co. Salop,= 
yeoman; died 28 January i59f. Will dated 12 De- 
cember 1593, proved at Lichfield 26 February i59f. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Newport 6 September 1594 
(C. Vol. 238, No. 30). 



=Margaret, mentioned 
in her husband's will 
12 December 1593. 



Rowland Dicken of Wollerton, yeoman ;=Alice, living 19 
aged 35 years and more 28 January i59f ; March 1625^. 
died 30 December 1626. Will dated 19 She marr. istly 
March 162^, proved at Lichfield 22 January . . . Harris. 
1627. Inq. p. m. taken at Shrewsbury 
4 April 1627 (C Vo/. 431, No. gi). 



William Dicken of St. Martin's- 
in-the-Vintry, London, Citizen 
and Skinner ; mentioned in his 
father's will 12 December 1593. 
Will dated 14 June 1598, proved 
15 November 1598 (P.C.C. 
98 Letvyn). 



John Dicken of Wollerton, =j= 
yeoman; mentioned in his 
father's will 12 December 
1593 ; named executor to 
will of his brother, William 
Dicken, 14 June 1598; 
died 3 September 1598. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Oswestry 
25 January 160^ (C Vol. 
267, No. 10). 



Thomas Dicken, =j= 
mentioned in his 
father's will 12 
December 1593 ; 
executor to will 
of his brother, 
Rowland Dicken, 
22 January 162^. 



Jane, married 
before 12 De- 
cember 1593, 
Henry Halye. 



I 



Katharine Dicken, 
mentioned in her 
father's will 1 2 
December 1593 ; 
living unmarried 
14 June 1598. 



William Dicken of Wollerton, yeoman; aged=T=Jane, executrix to her husband's will 21 



3 years 3 September 1598, and 30 years and 
more 4 April 1627 ; bur. in Hodnet Church 
21 May 1658. Will dated i May 1655, proved 
21 September 1658 (P.C.C. 544 Wottori). 



September 1658 ; bur. at Hodnet 23 January 
167^. Will dated 14 September 1667, 
proved at Lichfield 4 June 1678. 



Rowland Dicken of Agdon,^ 
in Malpas, co. Chester, and 
of Hodnet, co. Salop ; 
named executor to his 
father's will i May 1655 ; 
bur. at Malpas 8 Jan- 
uary 170^. Administration 
granted at Chester 15 May 
1701. 



=Mary Aldersey, dau. of Edward Cotton,=j=Jane, married 
Thomas Aldersey of Agdon ; executor to will before i May 
bapt. at Malpas 22 Novem- of his father-in- 1655 ; living 
ber 1640; marr. there 23 law 21 September 14 September 
February 166"; bur. at 1658. 1667. 

Malpas 24 November 1701. ys^ 

Will dated 16 November 
1 70 1, proved at Chester 
4 May 1702. 



Jane Dicken, bapt. John Massy=f=Mary, bapt. at Hodnet 5 No- Margaret Dicken, bapt. 



at Hodnet 25 January of Wollerton, 
i66i. in Hodnet. 



A 



vember 1663 ; marr. there at Hodnet 27 July 
30 November 1686. 1665. 



104 



Thomas Nevett, living 
14 September 1667. 



=Mary, marr. before 
I May 1655. 



A\ 



Thomas Catherocke,=f=Susanna, married after 



living 14 September 
1667. 



I May 1655 ; living 14 
September 1667, 



A 



William Dicken of=j=Sarah Lycens of 



Wollerton, in Hodnet, 
CO. Salop; born 22 No- 
vember, bapt. at Hodnet 
9 December 1667 ; 
executor to will of his 
son, William Dicken, 30 
June 1730. 



Hopton Heath, 
CO. Stafford ; marr. 
at Hodnet 27 
February 169!. 



John Dicken of Agdon,=f=Margaret Hein 
in Malpas, and of 
Chidloe, both co. Ches- 
ter; bapt. at Hodnet 
24 March i6f^; ad- 
ministrator to his father 
15 May 1701. 

A\ 



of 
Chidloe ; marr. at 
Malpas 5 November 
1694 ; bur. there 7 
November 1708. 



John Talbot=Mary, bapt. at 
of Hodnet. Hodnet 13 Feb- 
ruary 169^; marr. 
there 23 July 
1721; living 5 
January 175^. 



Mary, bur.=Aldersey Dicken of Agdon ;=f=Phoebe. 
at Malpas 2 1 bapt. at Hodnet 26 February 2nd wife. 
April 1725. 169I; died 19 October 1754, 
I St wife. bur. at Malpas. Will dated 11 

October 1754, proved at Chester 

10 November 1754. 



Aldersey Dicken of Sutton=--Margaret Stubbs, only dau. of Samuel William Dicken, 

Coldfield. CO. W^arwick ; bapt. at Stubbs of The Birches, in Godsall, co. bapt. at Malpas 

Malpas 23 March 172^; bur. at Stafford, by Hannah his wife; bapt. at 22 October 1728; 

Sutton Coldfield 19 April 1776. Godsall 12 May 1723; marr. there executor to his 

Will dated 23 March 1776, proved 5 October 1755; died, aged 39, 2 June, father's will 10 

25 May 1776 (P.C.C. 219 Be/las), bur. at Godsall 5 June 1762. M.I. November 1754. 



105 



Margaret, bapt. at Rowland Dicken, Thomas Morton==Susannah, marr. at Malpas, co, 
Hodnet, CO. Salop, bapt. at Hodnet of Hanmer, co. Chester, 7 December 1695. 
3 August 1676. II May 1680. Flint. 



William Dicken of Shre\vsbury,=j=Anne Beach, dau. 



CO. Salop, grocer ; bapt. at Hodnet 
9 August 1 701. Will dated 5 
January 17!^, proved 30 June 
1730 (P.C.C. 155 Auber). 



A 



of Richard Beach 
of Walton, CO. 
Stafford, gent. 



John Bostock=Sarah, bapt. at 

of Malpas. Hodnet 22 June 

1704; marr. there 

14 September 1732. 



Anne, bapt. John Dicken, bapt. EHzabeth Dicken, Rowland Dicken, Thomas Dicken, 
at Hodnet at Hodnet 1 1 bapt. at Hodnet bapt. at Hodnet bapt. at Hodnet 
i9September December 1708; 10 February 171^ ; 7 July 1713 ; i4 0ctober I7l5; 
I7o6. living 5 January bur. there 3 Oc- living 5 January bur. there 12 
17 If. tober 1734. i7||f. February 173I. 



1 

Phoebe, 


bapt. 


at 


1 
Sarah, bapt. 


at 


Malpas 


Mary, 


bapt. at 


Anne, bapt. 


at 


Malpas 


Malpas 


4 J 


une 


15 


March 1 


73i 


; living 


Malpas 


14 Sep- 


18 


June I 


73.S 


living 


1730; h 


VI ng 1 1 


Oc- 


2.^ 


March i 


776 


; marr. 


temher 


1733- 


23 


March 1 


776 


; marr. 


tober 1754. 






. Fowler. 












. Hodgk 


IS. 





Perry Dicken of B ridge- =f=Mary Penleaze, only 



water, and afterwards of 
Tiverton, both co. Devon ; 
born 21 October, bapt. 
at Malpas 2 November 
1738; bur. at Tiverton 
I January 1794. 



dau. of William Pen- 
leaze of London ; 
marr. at Tiverton 
23 July 1767. 



John Dicken, 
bapt. at Mal- 
pas 15 January 
\']\l; living 23 
March 1776. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Malpas 
20 April I 743. 



Thomas Dicken, living 11 
October 1754. 



Rev. Perry Dicken, born at Tiverton 3 September=pMary Venn, dau. of Henry Venn of 
1768, bapt. at St. Peter's, Tiverton, 3 July 1770; Payhembury, co. Devon, by his wife, Mary 
of Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 24 October Cooke of Tiverton ; born 14 April, bapt. 
1786, aged 18, B.A. 1790, M.A. of Peterhouse, at Payhembury 21 April 1770; marr. at 
Cambridge, 1 81 6; Vicar of Witheridge, co. Devon, Tiverton 15 November 1792; died there 
1793, Rector of Poughill, co. Devon, January 1 26 March, bur. at St. Georges, Tiverton, 
1816; died at Witheridge, aged 63, 6 January, bur. ! 2 April 1841. 
there 14 January 1832. zf. 

{For issue see ^^ Visitation 0/ England a?id Il'a/es," 
Vol. VII., page 13S.) 



106 



CrtDit of Anns to Frederick Rowland Dicken, igoj. 




Dicken. 

[Vol. 7, P- 138 



To All and Singular to whom these Presents 
shall come Sir Alfred Scott Scott-Gatty, Knight 
Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, Garter 
Principal King of Arms, George Edward Cokayne, 
Esquire, Clarenceux King of Arms and William 
Henry Weldon, Esquire, Commander of the 
Royal Victorian Order, Norroy King of Arms, 
Send Greeting. Whereas Frederick Rowland 
Dicken of Westbury Road in the Parish of 
Ealing and County of Middlesex, Esquire, Captain 
in His Majesty's Royal Navy, Retired List, son 
of Aldersey Dicken, Clerk in Holy Orders, 
Doctor of Divinity, sometime Rector of Norton 
in the County of Suffolk and grandson of Perry 
Dicken, Clerk in Holy Orders, Bachelor of Arts 
of the University of Oxford, sometime Vicar of 
Witheredge and Rector of Poughill in the County 
of Devon, both deceased, hath represented unto 
The Most Noble Henry, Duke of Norfolk, Earl 
Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of England, 
Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, 
Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian 
Order and one of His Majesty's Most Honourable 
Privy Council, that he is desirous that Arms and 
Crest in lieu and in substitution for those which were assigned to his family by 
Patent dated the twelfth day of March One thousand eight hundred and nmety six 
may be granted under legal authority, he therefore requested the favour of His Grace's 
Warrant for Our granting and assigning such Armorial Ensigns accordmgly to be 
borne by him and his descendants by the other descendants of his father the said 
Aldersey Dicken and by the descendants of his (the Memoralist's) Uncles Henry 
Perry Dicken late of Heavitree in the County of Devon, Esquire, Commander Royal 
Navy, Charles Rowland Dicken, Clerk in Holy Orders, Master of Arts of the 
University of Cambridge, sometime Rector of Balsham in the County of Caml)ndge 
and William Stephens Dicken, Esquire, Doctor of Medicine, sometime Deputy 
Inspector General of Hospitals in the Bengal Medical Service, all deceased, according 
to the Laws of Arms. And Forasmuch as the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant 
under his hand and seal bearing date the Fourteenth day of July instant authorise 
and direct Us to grant and assign such Armorial Ensigns accordingly. Know \e 
therefore that We the said Garter, Clarenceux and Norroy in pursuance of His Grace s 
Warrant and by virtue of the Letters Patent of Our several Offices to each of bs 
respectively granted do by these Presents grant and assign unto the said Frederick 
Rowland Dicken the Arms following that is to say Or, on a Pale engrailed between 
two Cinquefoils in fesse Gules, three Leopards faces of the field. And for the Crest 
On a Wreath of the Colours A demi Griffin Or between two Ostrich feathers erect 
Argent, as the same are in the margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne 
and used for ever hereafter by him the said Frederick Rowland Dicken and his 
descendants by the other descendants of his father the said Aldersey Dicken and by 
the descendants of his Uncles the said Henry Perry Dicken, Charles Rowland Dicken 
and William Stephens Dicken, all deceased, the whole witli due and proper 
differences according to the Laws of Arms. In Witness whereof We the said Garter, 
Clarenceux and Norrov Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed Our names 
and affixed the Seals of Our several Offices this eighteenth day of July in the Seveiith 
year of the Reign of Our Sovereign Lord Edward the Seventh by the Grace of God 
of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions 
beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith, c^c. and m ilie year of Our Lord 
One thousand nine hundred and seven. 



A, S. Scott-Gattv, 
Garter. 



(7. E. COKAVNK, 

Clarenceux. 



WiM.iA.M H. Wei.don, 

Norroy. 



Endorsed: ''Recorded in the College of Arms, London. 
//. Farnham Burke, Somerset Herald and Registrar.^ 
Passed by Charles H. A thill, Richmond Herald." 

107 



Comber. 

[Vol. 7, P- I45-] 




Pedigree of Comber. 



Thomas Comber of West AUington, in=j=Eleanor 

Lewes, co. Sussex, gent, J. P. for co. Sussex, 

son of John Rivers, alias Comber, of 

Liiidfield, CO. Sussex, who,- by deed dated 

9 July 1524 {see facsimile of deed at end 

of pedigree) bought lands called " Cowar- 

street," in Ardingly, co. Sussex, of his 

father, John Rivers, alias Comber, of 

Balcombe, co. Sussex ; sold " Cowarstreet " 

lands 20 November 1584 {see facsimile of 

bond at etid of pedigree) ; administrator to 

his son, Francis Comber, 9 April 161 2; 

bur. at St. John's, Lewes, 9 February 16 if. 

Will dated 26 November 16 12, proved 

25 April 16 13, by John Aylwin, grandson 

(P.C.C. 33 Capell). 

Signature on liond dated 20 November 1584. 



Chaloner, 
dau. of Nicholas 
Chaloner of Chilting- 
ton, CO. Sussex, by 
Margaret his wife, 
dau. of John Mascall; 
executrix to her ist 
husband's will 9 
March 156!; living 
20 November 1584. 
She marr. istly Peter 
Markwick of West 
AUington. 



Francis Comber, of=Elizabeth, re- 
Hart Hall, Oxford, nounced ad- 
matriculated 1 7 July ministration to 
1584, aged 19. Ad- her husband 
ministration granted at 16 January 
Lewes 16 January 159 Ij, 1595-. 
and again 9 April 161 2 
(Vols. B2, fo. 213, and 
B3, fo. 265). 



John Comber of West= 
AUington, gent ; mentioned 
in his father's will 26 No- 
vember 161 2; churchwarden 
of St. John's, Lewes, in 
1 61 3 J bur. at St. John's, 
Lewes, 6 April 1626. Will 
dated i April 1626, proved 
at Lewes 17 June 1626 
(Vol. A19, fo. 115). 



=Anne Plumer, dau. of 
James Plumer of 
Southover, co. Sussex, 
yeoman, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. and coheir 
of Robert Lawrence of 
Southover ; marr. at 
Southover 8 June 
1603, marriage licence 
(Lewes) dated 7 June 
1603 ; bur. at St. John's, 
Lewes, 2 August 1623. 



Thomas Lulham=Eleanor, mentioned Thomas Comber of West=f=Elizabeth Brook, 



of Southw^ark, co. 
Surrey, Citizen 
and Cutler of 
London. 



m wills of her 
grandfather, Tho- 
mas Comber, 26 
November 161 2, 
and her father 
I April 1626; marr. 
at Barcombe, co. 
Sussex, 9 February 
162I. 



AUington, gent ; bapt. at St 
John's, Lewes, 23 February 
i6oy; mentioned in will of his 
grandfather, Thomas Comber, 
26 November 1612; executor 
to his father's, will 17 June 
1626; churchwarden of Bar- 
combe in 1652 ; entered his 
pedigree in the Visitation of 
Sussex 1634; living 20 August 
1681. ' /f\ 



dau. and coheir of 
Edward Brook of 
Barcombe, yeoman ; 
marr. at Barcombe 
25 May 1626, 
marriage licence 
(Lewes) dated 20 
May 1626. 



108 



John Stansfield of the Cliffe,= 
Lewes, co. Sussex, gent ; died 
23 February 162-7-, t)ur. at All 
Saints', Lewes. M.L Will 
dated 23 January 162I-, proved 
22 March 162^ (P.C.C. 26 
Skynner). He marr. 2ndly 
Jane, dau. of Thomas Michell 
of Rudgwick, CO. Sussex. 



=Eleanor, marr. at Plump- 
ton, CO. Sussex, 24 March 
159I, marriage licence 
(Lewes) dated 20 March 
159!^; mentioned in her 
father's will 26 November 
161 2; bur. at All Saints', 
Lewes, 6 October 16 13. 



John Aylwin= 
of Preston, in 
Binderton, co. 
Sussex ; died 
24 August 1603. 
Inq. p. m. taken 
at Lewes 1 5 Sep- 
tember 1603. 



/K 



=Mary, marr. 
before 16 Jan- 
uary 1 5 9^, when 
she administers 
estate of her 
brother, Francis 
Comber. 



/K 



James Comber, bapt. at 
St. John's, Lewes, 12 
May 1608; mentioned in 
will of his grandfather, 
Thomas Comber, 26 No- 
vember 161 2 ; bur. at St. 
John's, Lewes, 3 January 
i6i|. 



Anne Comber, 
bapt. at St. 
John's, Lewes, 
23 June 1609, 
bur. there the 
next day. 



John Comber of Tenterden, co.=i=Elizabeth, living 



Kent, surgeon ; bapt. at St. 
John's, Lewes, 22 November 
1610; mentioned in wills of his 
grandfather, Thomas Comber, 26 
November 1612, his father i April 
1626, and his sister-in-law, Eliza- 
beth Comber, 24 December 
1679; died before 20 August 1681. 



20 August 1681. 



/N 



Thomas Comber, 
bapt. at Wester- 
ham, CO. Kent, 
5 August 1640; 
bur. there 3 Sep- 
tember 1 64 1. 



James Comber of St. Saviour's, South-=j=Hannah Harper, 



wark, CO. Surrey, Citizen and Merchant 
Taylor of London ; bapt. at Westerham 
2 August 1641 ; apprenticed 18 Feb- 
ruary 165!, made free 6 November 
1661. Will dated 4 March 170^, proved 
17 March 170^ (P.C.C. 57 Poky). 



dau. of Alderman 
Harper of Stock 
port, CO. Chester. 



John Comber, 
bapt. at Wester- 
ham I January 
164! ; bur. there 
13 July 1644. 



A 



A son, born at East 
Newton, co. York, 10 
December 1673, died 
unbaptised. 



John Comber, born at East 
Newton 3 January, bapt. at 
Stonegrave, co. York, 6 January 
167I; died 23 April 1677, bur. 
at Stonegrave. 



Thomas Comber, born at East 
Newton 19 November, bapt. at 
Stonegrave 26 November 1678; 
died 26 April, bur. at Stonegrave 
27 April 1 68 1. 



109 



Robert Comber, bapt. at Francis Comber of St. Botolph's,=j=Elizabeth Evans, dau. of John 



St. John's, Lewes, co. Aldgate, London, Citizen of London; 

Sussex, 23 November bapt. at Chihington, co. Sussex, in 

1611 ; bur. there 13 May 1614; Hving i April 1626. 
February 161 J. y\ 



Evans of London. Will dated 
24 December 1679, proved 17 
October 1687 (P.C.C. i 24 7^^^/). 



James Comber of Westerham, co.= 
Kent, gent, Citizen and Cutler 
of London ; bapt. at St. John's, 
Lewes, 20 August 1615; men- 
tioned in his father's will i April 
1626; made free of the Cutlers' 
Company 21 June 1639; died at 
Harwich, CO. Essex, i February 167". 



=Mary Burton, dau. of Bryan Burton 
of VVesterham, co. Kent, by Alice 
Austen his wife; bapt. at Westerham 
14 September 1617; died at East 
Newton, co. York, aged 53, 13 May, 
bur. at Stonegrave, co. York, 15 
May 1672. M.L She marr. istly 
Edward Hamden of Westerham. 



Anne Comber, bapt. 
at St. John's, Lewes, 
4 August 16 18; 
mentioned in her 
father's will r .April 
1626; bur. at St. 
John's, Lewes, 25 
July 1632. 



Thomas Comber, I). D., Dean of Durham; born at= 
Westerham 19 March, bapt. there 20 March 164!; of 
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, admitted 1659, B.A. 
1662, M.A. 1666, D.D. (Lambeth) 1678; Rector of 
Stonegrave 1669, and of Thornton, co. York, 167^, 
Chaplain to the Princess Anne 1682, Precentor of York 
1683, Dean of Durham 9 May 1691 ; Author of 
"Companion to the Temple," and numerous other 
theological works ; died at East Newton 25 November, 
bur. at Stonegrave 30 November 1699. M.L Will 
dated 10 March 1694, with codicil dated 12 April 1699, 
proved at York 27 October 1700. 
(See '■^Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. XL, page 435.) 



(^^"^^ 0)ni ^ 



<v 



Signature and seal from letter dated 
16 July 1692. 




=Alice Thornton, dau. 
and coheir of William 
Thornton of East 
Newton, by Alice his 
wife, dau. of Chris- 
topher Wandesford 
of Kirklington, co. 
York, esquire, Lord- 
Deputy of Ireland ; 
born 3 January, bapt. 
at Hipswell, co. York, 
5 January 165! ; 
marr. at East Newton 
17 November 1668 ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 27 
October 1700; died 
at York 20 January, 
bur. at Stonegrave 
22 January i 72". 



Anne Comber, 
bapt. at Wester- 
ham 3 January 
165.^ ; died 3 
.•\pril 1660. 



Francis Blackburne of St.=j=Alice, born at East 
Nicholas', Richmond, co. 1 Newton 8 March, 
York, gent; Alderman of bapt. at Stonegrave 15 
Richmond ; marr. 5 May, | March 168^ ; men- 
marriage licence (York) 
dated 21 April, and 
marriage settlements dated 
27 April 1702; died, aged 
29, 9 May 1 7 10, 
in Ripon Minster, 
ist husband. 



tioned in her father's 
will 10 March 169^; 
died in November 
1740, bur. at Kirkhv 



bur. I Ireleth, co. Lancaster 
M.L I 



=William Kirkby of Kirkby Twin daughters, 
Ireleth, esquire; marriage born at East 
settlements dated 22 and Newton 24 Au- 
23 November 17 11 ; died gust 1683; died 
28 December i 747, bur. at unbaptised. 
Kirkby Ireleth. He marr. 
Tstly Frances Burvis of 
Islekirk, co. Cumberland. 
2n(l husband. 



^^ra^ 




Signature and seal from marriage settlements 
dated 27 April 1702. 



William Comber of East 
Newton, co. York ; born at 
East Newton 30 November, 
bapt. at Stonegrave, co. 
York, 4 December 1684; 
of Lincoln College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 March 1702; 
died at Ouseburn, co. York, 
4 March, bur. at Stonegrave 
8 March lyof. M.I. 



Rev. Thomas Brooke, Rector 
of Richmond, co. York ; born 
at Dodworth, co. York, 3 June 
1669 ; of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1689, M.A. 
1693; died, aged 70, 28 April, 
bur. at Richmond 30 April 
1739. M.I. Will dated 29 
January 173I, proved at York 

7 July 1739- A 



=Mary, bapt. at Stonegrave 16 
February i68f ; marr. at 
Ouseburn 12 June 1705, 
marriage licence (York) dated 
24 May 1705; died at Bank 
Top, CO. York, aged 83, 
20 July, bur. at Silkstone, 
CO. York, 28 July 1768. 



Thomas Comber of East Newton, esquire ; born= 
at East Newton 26 November, bapt. at Stone- 
grave 4 December 1688; mentioned in his 
father's will 10 March 169^; of Lincoln College, 
Oxford, matriculated 10 October 1706; J. P. and 
D.L. for the West Riding, co. York ; died at 
East Newton 12 May 1765, bur. at Stonegrave. 
Will dated 9 July 1754, proved at York 
21 August 1765. 



=Anne Wilson, dau. of the Rev. Andrew 
Wilson, Vicar of Easingwold, co. York, 
by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and coheir of 
Thomas Foster of Leeds, co. York, 
merchant; bapt. at Easingwold 31 March 
1691 ; died 17 June, bur. at Stonegrave 19 
June 1754. She marr. istly the Rev. Elias 
Micklethwaite, Rector of Gilling, co. York. 



AUce Comber, Rev. Thomas Comber, LL.D. ; born at East= 

bapt. at Stone- Newton 16 June 1722, bapt. the same day; 

grave 30 Sep- of Jesus College, Cambridge, admitted 31 July 

tember 1718; 1741, B.A. 1744; LL.B. 1770, LL.D. 1775; 

bur. there 6 Rector of Kirkby Overcarr, co. York, and 

April 1720. afterwards of Buckworth and Morborne, co. 

Huntingdon, Chaplain to the Countess Dowager 

of Balcarres ; died at Buckworth 5 April, bur. 

at Stonegrave 9 April 1778. Will dated 29 

October 1775, proved 16 May 1778 (P.C.C. 

189 Hay). 



=Mary Brooke, dau. of William 
Brooke of Fieldhead and 
Dodworth, co. York, esquire 
(son of the Rev. Thomas 
Brooke), by Alice his wife, 
dau. and coheir of William 
Mawhood of Doncaster, co. 
York ; born at Fieldhead 
I April 1739 ; marr. at 
Wakefield, co. York, 28 April 
1763 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 16 May 1778; 
died at Camberwell, co. 
Surrey, in October 1823, 
bur. there. 



William Hood of- 
St. Benet's, Paul's 
Wharf, London, 
merchant ; died 
at Blackheath, 
CO. Kent, 23 
February 18 17, 
bur. in Lewi sham 
Church, CO. Kent. 



=Anne, born at 
East Newton 15 
February 1764, 
bapt. at Stone- 
grave ; marr. 
at Wakefield 
II December 
1782 ; died at 
Camberwell S^ 
April 1832, bur. 
in Lewisham 
Church. 



A 



Rev. Thomas Comber, Rector of Oswald-= 
kirk, CO. York ; born at East Newton 
3 March, bapt. at Stonegrave 6 March 
1765 ; of Jesus College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 1782, B.iV. 1787; Vicar of 
Creech, St. Michael, co. Somerset, 1793, 
Rector of Oswaldkirk 1813; J. P. for co. 
York ; died 7 August 1 835, bur. at Oswald- 
kirk. M.I. Will 
dated 16 July 
1835, proved 25 
August 1835 
(RC.C.) 







=Elizabeth Coote, 
dau. of John 
Coote of Pater- 
noster Row, 
London, by Jane 
his wife, dau. and 
coheir of Samuel 
^^'eever ; born in 
1763 ; married 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 30 May 
1792 ; died at 
Oswaldkirk 20 
May, bur. there 
25 May 1852. 



{I'or issue see '•'■Visitation oj Eni:^la7id and Wales, 
Vol. 14, page ig). 



Rev. William Comber, Vicar of Kirkby Moorside,= 
CO. York; born at East Newton, co. York, 19 July 
1725, bapt. the same day; of Jesus College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1746, M.A. 1770; J. P. for the West 
Riding of co. York ; Vicar of Kirkby Moorside and 
Rector of Kirkby Overcarr, co. York ; died at 
Kirkby Moorside 24 March 18 10, bur. at Stonegrave, 
CO. York. M.I. \Vill dated 7 November 1808, with 
codicil dated 23 April 1809. 



Signature from letter dated 
18 April 1775. 




=Dorothy Arbuthnot, 
dau. and heir of 
James Arbuthnot of 
the Island of Antigua 
and of Ampleforth, 
CO. York, esquire, by 
Dorothy his wife, 
dau. and heir of 
the Rev. Thomas 
Hassell, Rector of 
Seamer, co. York ; 
inarr. at Oswaldkirk, 
CO. York, 22 Sep- 
tember 1756; died 
5 May 1807, bur. at 
Stonegrave. M.I. 



Andrew Comber, 
born at East 
Newton 8 July 
1728, bapt. the 
same day ; died 
in Shoe Lane, 
London, 15 Oc- 
tober 1747. 



Duncombe Comber of Liver- 
pool, Glasgow and London, 
Russian merchant ; born at 
East Newton 16 May 1770, 
bapt. at Stonegrave the 
following day ; died in 
London 3 April 1839, bur. 
at Camberwell, co. Surrey. 



William Turner Comber=j=Jane Helen Castleman, dau. of Henry 



of Hooe, CO. Sussex ; 
born at Buckworth, co. 
Huntingdon, 13 July 
177 1 ; died at Hooe 
14 September 1827, 
bur. there. 



Castleman, R.E., Deputy Barrack 
Master General, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Lord Adam Gordon ; marr. at 
Camberwell 27 March 1819; died at 
Pinner, co. Middlesex, 22 October 
1862, bur. there. 



/K 




Andrew Comber of Liverpool, formerly= 
of Manchester ; born at Buckworth 
6 April, bapt. there 4 August 1774; died 
at Liverpool on Monday, 25 January, bur. 
at St. Anne's, Liverpool, 30 January 1847, 
his remains being subsequently removed 
to An field Cemetery, Liverpool. Will 
dated 21 January 1847, proved at York 
4 March 1847. 




=Sarah Sanderson, 3rd dau. of John Sanderson of 
Little Houghton, in Darfield, co. York, by 
Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. and coheir of Jonas 
Rich of Dawalls, near Penistone, co. York ; born 
at Little Houghton 3 August, bapt. at Darfield 
26 August 1777; marr. there 4 June 1799; died 
at Prestwich, co. Lancaster, 25 April, bur. at St. 
George's, Everton, co. Lancastef, i May 1862, her 
remains being subsequently removed to Anfield 
Cemetery, Liverpool. Will dated 30 August 1860, 
proved at Manchester 3 June 1862, by Sarah Jane 
Comber, daughter, the sole executrix. 



i^For issue see " Visitation of Efii^/afjd and JVa/es" 
Vol. VII., page 145.) 



Pedigree of Comber. 

(from the visitation of SUSSEX, 1634.) 



John Combep 
of Balcomb in 
com Sussex. 



William 
Comber. 



Richard 
Comber. 



John Comber= 
3 Sonne. 




(*/y od^i^a:- ^:^^.^Ji 



Comber. 

[Vol. 7, p. I4S-] 



Thomas Comber=f=Elenor da of Nicholas 



of Alingto com 
Sussex. 



Chalenor and widow 
of . . . Markwick. 



ffrancis eldest sonne 
of whom there was 
noe issue. 



John Comber heire=f=Anne da of James 



to his ffather after 
the deth of ffrancis. 



Plorner of Southouer. 



I I I I I I 

James ffrancis John 2 Thomas Comber=j=Elizabeth, da Edward Elenor=Tho. Lelham Anne 



3. sonne of Alington, son 

& heire. 



Brooke of Barkham eldest of Southwerk died a 
com Sussex. da. Grocer. maid. 



Samuell sonn & 
heire aboute 2 
yeares ould 1634. 



Anne eldest 
da abate (sic) 
4 yeares ould. 



Mary 2. 



(Signed) Thomas Comber. 



The foregoing Pedigree is extracted from the Records of the 
College of Arms, Loftdon, atid has been examined 
therewith by me 







"3 



Comber. 

[Vol. 7, p. 145.] 




Gnnit of Anns to John 






Comber, iSJi. 



To all and synguler as well 
Nobles and Gentilmen as others to 
whom these presents shall come, 
Robert Cooke Esquire, alias Claren- 
cieux Principall Herehault and 
Kinge of Armes of the Sowthe, 
Easte, and Weste partes of this 
Realme of England, from the River 
of Trente southwardes, sendith 
greetinge. Whereas antiently from 
the beginninge the valiant and 
vertuous Actes of Worthye Persons 
have ben commendid to the Worlde 
with sondry monumentes and remem- 
brances of their goode desertes, 
amongst the whiche the cheefeste 
and moste usuall have ben the bearinge of Figures in Shieldes, 
called Armes^ whiche are evidente demonstrations of Prowes and 
Valor diversly distributed according to the Qualities and 
Desertes of the Persons: whiche order as yt was prudently deuised 
in the beginninge to stirre and kindell the Hartcs of Men to the 
Imitacion of Vertue and Noblenesse, even so hath the same ben 
and yet is, continually observed, to the ende that suche as have 
donne comendable service unto their Prince and Contry eyther in 
Warre or Peace may bothe receave due Honor in their Lives and 
also derive the same successively to their Posteritye after them : 
and beinge credibly informed by the Reporte of diuers Gentilmen 
worthye of credit that ^chtt (ComUcr, of ^hcmanbut^, in the 
Countie of Sussex, Gentilman, hathe long continued in Vertue, & in 
all his affaires hathe so vertuously behaved himself that he hathe 
well deserved & is worthy to be from henceforth admitted, accepted, 
& receaved into the Nombre of other aunciente Gentilmen, for 
remembrance whereof, I, the saide Clarencieux Kinge of Armes, 
have, by Power & Authoritie to my Office annexed, by Letters 
Patente under the Grcate Scale of Englande, deuised, orderred, and 
assigned, unto and for the saide ^ohu (L^OtuUcr, Gentilman, the 
Armes and Creaste hereafter followinge, that is to say, Golde, a 
Fesse Daunce Gules, between three Starres Sables ; and to his 
Creaste, upon his Heaulme, on a Wreathe Golde and Sables, a 
Lynxe's Heade, Coupe ; Golde Pellate, manteled Gules, doubled 
Argent, as more playnly appeareth depicted in this Margent : To have 
and to holde the saide Armes and Creaste to the saide ^ohtt bomber, 
Gentilman, and to his Posteritie with their deue difference, and 
they the same to use and enjoy For Ever, without Impediment, 
Lett, or Interruption of any Person or Persons ; In witness whereof. 



114 



I, the saide Clarencieux Kinge of Armes, have set hereunto my Comber. 
Hande and Scale of Office, the Sixteenth Day of June, Anno ry^^j 7 n 14 c 
Domini, 1571, and in the xiij'^ Yere of the Reigne of Oure 
Sovereigne Ladye Elizabeth, by the Grace of God Quene of 
Englande, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, etc. 




Marriage Settlements between Francis Blackburne 
and Alice Comber, 1702. 

Indenture made 27 April 1702, between (i) Francis Blackburne 
of Richmond, co. York, mercer, (2) William Blackett of Newby, co. 
York, esquire, and William Comber of Osburne, co. York, esquire. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between his only child 
Francis Blackburne and Alice Comber, eldest daughter of Thomas 
Comber, D.D., Dean of Durham, deceased, and sister of the above 
William Comber, Francis Blackburne assigns to William Blackett 
and William Comber various closes of lands, part of the Manor, 
Lordship, late dissolved Priory or Cell of S' Martin nigh Richmond, 
CO. York, to be held under trust specified in release to be made 
on the day following these presents between (i) the said Francis 
Blackburne and Jane his wife, the said Francis Blackburne the 
younger, and Roger Blackburne of West Ganton, co. York, gent, 
(2) Alice Comber of Osburne, widow of the said Thomas Comber, 
D.D., and Alice Comber the younger, (3) Sir Edward Blackett of 
Newby, baronet, Thomas York of Richmond, esquire, John Bowes, 
D.D., Prebendary of Durham, and Cuthbert Bowes of Durham, gent. 



Q^nu^ 




Witnesses: Roger Store, Win. Wilcocks, John Abbay. 

"5 



Comber. Letter from Tho : Comber to his mother, 



[Vol. 7, p. 145.] 



i6g2. 

July: iG'"^: 1692 
Deer Mother 

Upon consideration of Cos: Alureds being a trustee & relation 
J thought fit to give him a Fee for my part of the Case, tSr he is 
very cleer that you & our two wives & our selves may cut off the 
old settlement & make a new one, & secure your Annuity & the 
debts out of the estate so setled, he also affirms the 800' is not 
due. He promises to make you a visit next week, so then you may 
have opportunity to discourse him, for though he be my Councell 
J am very willing you may advise with him, & truly J think one 
good Lawyer might have served us all, since our intentions are all 
just & fair. M"^ Alderson pressed me extremely to pay her your 
interest, w^^ J was forced to lay down when J could not well 
spare it, but J hope you will take care to get it against J come to 
Newton. J have sent you a few Quires of good strong Paper w'^'^ 
J bought much cheaper then you get it, my two girls here are well, 
my daughter gives her duty & my Niece her service to you, We 
are all well at Useburn, J remain 

Your dutiful! son 



(^h^^ Con\ ^dfr 



Robert Edwards his great Cosen, 
who is now Knighted & is S'' James 
Edwards is come to York & he must 
come with speed to see him. I hope 
he will be kind to him. 



Addressed : 

" For my deer Mother 

Madam Thornton at 

East-newton " 




ii6 



Letter from the Rev. PVilliam Comber to Comber. 
John Charles Brooke, 1775. ivoi. 7, p. ms-] 

Kirkby-moorside Apr. iS''^ i775- 
Dear S"" . 

If your Attention to the Ensigns & Memorials of Kings, & 
those who draw their Honours from Kings, will permit you to attend 
to the Enquiries of a Country Cousin, I shall be glad to know if 
you have past the Time, since we had the Pleasure of visiting you 
in your snug Apartment, in Health & Happiness ? But tho' 'tis 
realy matter of Pleasure to me to hear of my Friend's Health, I do 
not know whether I sho'd have at this moment put you to the 
expence of a Post Letter to gratify that curiosity ; as we co'd have 
indulged ourselves in that Pleasure by Enquiry, which we never fail 
to make, when we write to Wakefield, whither my Wife means to 
write soon. For to confess a Truth, which I almost blush to own 
in this generous & disinterested age ; (but which I choose to 
own, because I know your Penetration wo'd discover it ; ) I am a 
little actuated by Interest, having a Favour to ask. To the Point 
then ; I am not able to discourse in the Dialect of your Office so 
clearly as to convince a Coach-Painter, that my Wife & myself 
belong to the ancient Families of Arbuthnot & Comber. I wo'd 
give you as little Trouble as possible, & therefore, if you can 
describe in Words as much as will enable the said Artist to perform 
a little Job, in his Way, I beg you will not give yourself the 
Trouble to sketch any thing out. And I dare say you will easily 
do that, with regard to the Arms ; as we can show him the 
Impression of a Seal for all that will be wanted. Only we shall 
want to know how they are to be connected. When you were so 
obliging as get my Seal cut, you omitted, I believe, nothing. But 
won't it be sufficient to use the Comber's Arms without the 
Thornton's for me. I think I sho'd rather like it if you permit. 
And what must be used for my Wife's & how placed? You know 
She had no Bro : neither had her Mother who was an Hassell. 
I think one wo'd have it as simple as your Rules permit with 
Propriety. There are two Families of the Hassell's ; one, (as a 
Person of that Name in Cornhill told me,) has three Phaons or 
Pheons ; the other, of which my Wife is, has 3 Snakes or some 
kind of Reptiles. But I will seal this with the Arbuthnot's & 
Hassell's Arms, her Father & Mother's. Upon the whole I think 
I can make the Artificer understand his Work well enough, \i you 
will only be so good as tell us, (in Terms that he or I may 
understand,) what Family arms ought to be used, & how connected. 
But I think I must beg you wo'd take the Trouble to scratch out 
the Crest ; as I think none of the Painters or Engravers here have 
ever had a good Pattern since Mr Johnson gave my Bro. the 
Patent for it ; as we never knew the name of it before. The 
sooner your Convenience will allow you to oblige me, the great the 
Favour. 

I heard last Week from my Sister ; & they all I understand are 
pretty well. I find She has been in hopes of seeing London this 
Spring ; & if She does not I am afraid it is a Disappointment to 
you all. Mrs Lumley probably will not go down to them yet ; as 
I fancy her good man is in Town ; pursuing Measures to bring 

117 



Comber. C. T. Esq'"'^ to Terms. That Story does not tell well on the 
[Vol. 7, p. 145.] Squire's Side. If you see Mrs L. pray give our compliments to her. 
We spent about ten Days very agreably at Buckworth. I am glad, 
gr \vm vVake is confirmed in his Seat; an upright Senator is a 
character of real Dignity now a Days. Her Ladyship has been 
very kind in writing a long Letter to my Wife lately ; & I must 
soon acknowlege the Receipt of one from S"' W"". At the 
assizes I had the Pleasure of hearing of our Friends at Wakefield 
& Bank Top by Mr Mawhood, (I believe his Name is,) the Dep. 
Clerk of Peace's Son ; & by Mr Fenton. You wo'd see, in the 
Papers, an account of Mrs Hudson's (her whose Name you show'd 
me in your Book's,) Festins. It was realy very brilliant. She 
lodges at the Cockpit. And the large Room, (which at certain 
Times is a Cock-Pit ; ) was illuminated with a large Number of 
Lustres, (generaly used, when the Room is open as a Summer 
Card-Assembly Room ; ) & with Numbers of Silver Candlesticks. 
There was a Sideboard, half the length of the Room ; against the 
Wall, on which were 3 silver Urns, spouting Orgeate, Lemonade, 
&c. Variety of Wines ; Cakes of all sorts ; Confectionary Ware in 
the most fanciful Stile ; Sweatmeats ; Pears, Grapes & Pine- Apples. 
But alass ! alass ! two Hogshead's (so says Fame,) of Ice dissolved 
by the Way. The Chimney Piece decorated with Myrtles, &c. 
Ten or a Dozen Card Tables at Whist & Quadrille ; two or three 
large ones at Loo Commerce & Lotteries Ticketts. Six or eight 
Servants out of Livery attended, & sollicited Appetite with frequent 
offers of Tea, Sweetmeats &c. The Company realy supposed near 
300, & all genteel. About ten the Music struck up ; an hint to 
the Carders to finish their Pools ; Cold Chicken, Sandwiches &c 
placed on the Sideboard; & Lord Falconbridge, with the Lady of the 
Day began the festive Dance. Now whatever you Folks, that live 
within the Smoak of the Pantheon may think, we Yorkshire Folks 
think this a wonderful fine thing. We have, I think a Promise 
from our Wakefield Friends of a Visit this Summer ; & hope you 
will be down, & accompany them. In the mean Time I remain, 
with my Wifes Comp'^ 

D"" S"" Your affec'*= Kinsman, & 

Obliged Humble Ser* 



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Herald's College 

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Pedigree of Meller. 



Meller. 

[Vol. 7, p. 153.] 



Joseph Meller of Morton Grange in=f=Mary Pitt, dau. of 



Babworth, co. Nottingham; died, aged 77, 
bur. at Elkesley, co. Nottingham, 30 Novem- 
ber 1728. M.I. Will dated 5 November 
1728, proved at York i April 1729. 



Pitt of Elkesley 
by Mary his wife ; 
bur. at Elkesley 
I January i72|-. 



Marmaduke Meller ;= 
mentioned in will 
of his grandmother, 
Mary Pitt, 7 Oc- 
tober 1680; living 
5 November 1728. 



John Meller of=f=Elizabeth Roebuck, 



Morton Grange, 
in Babworth ; 
bur. at Elkesley 
16 October 1764. 



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bur. at Elkesley 15 
July 1763. 



Joseph Meller of Morton Grange, in Babworth; bapt. at Babworth=j=Margaret Parkinson, marr 
I February 171I; died, aged 57, 18 April 1770, bur. in the in 1733; died, aged 43, 
church at Babworth. M.I. Will dated 12 April 1768, proved 25 July, bur. at Babworth 
at York 7 June 1770. 27 July 1758. M.I. 



Elizabeth Meller, 
bapt. at Babworth 
28 May 1734. 



J. Hooton, mar- 
ried in 1 76 1 
I St husband. 



^Margaret, bapt. at=j=James Burroughs, married at 



Babworth 
1735- 



'■S July 



Babworth 17 August 1765. 
husband. 



2nd 



/K 



John Hodgkinson.= 



=Mary, born in 1736; marr. 
at Babworth, 25 December 
1772. 



Joseph Meller of Morton=f=Mary Paybody, 
Grange, in Babworth ; 
born in 1738. 



John Meller, 
born in 1768. 



I'homas William Meller of Denmark Hill, co. Surrey ;=i=Sarah Thomas, 



D.L. for CO. Surrey; died at his residence, Denmark Hill, 
in his 8ist year, on Monday, 8 April 1850. Will dated 
23 June 1848, proved 14 May 1850, by the Rev. Thomas 
William and Walter Meller, sons, two of the executors 
(P.C.C. 372, 50). A 



dau. of John 
Thomas of 
Sydenham, co. 
Kent. 



{For issue see " Visitation of Eni:;la>id afid 
ll'a/cs:' VoL VII.,pa^e 153.) 



Ily 



Joseph=j= 
Meller. 
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Edward Meller, 
living 7 October 
1680. 



Mary Meller, bur. 
at Elkesley, co. 
Nottingham. M.I. 



. married .... married 
Haughton. Christopher Shaw. 



Waiter Meller of Tuxford,=Mary Jackson, 
CO. Nottingham, surgeon ; died, aged 83, 
died, aged 81, i April 28 January 181 2, 
1820, bur. at Tuxford. bur. at Tuxford. 
M.I. M.I. 



John Meller, =i=Mary. 
born in 1740. 



A 



William Meller, bapt. 
at Babworth, co. 
Nottingham, 4 Feb- 
ruary 174I; bur. 
there 30 April 1746. 



Elizabeth Meller, bapt. 
at Babworth 8 March 
1 74-5-; bur. there 27 
April 1746. 



Sarah, born in 1747 ; 
married . . . Witton. 



Thomas Meller, 
born in 1749. 



Elizabeth Meller, bur. 
at Babworth 19 January 
1755- 



William Twells.=f=Susannah, bapt.= 
I St husband. at Babworth 

20 September 
1752 ; died 2 
June 1835, bur. 
at Aston-by-Bir- 
mingham, co. 
Warwick. 



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=William Marshall of Birmingham 
and of Ward End, both co. Warwick, 
banker; born 26 November 1753, 
bapt. at Perlethorpe, co. Nottingham, 
I January 1754 ; marr. there 9 April 
1788; died 23 December 1837, bur. 
at Aston-by-Birmingham. Will dated 
20 February 1828, proved i March 
1838 (P.C.C.) He marr. istly 
Mary, sister of James Goldington of 
Birmingham. 2nd husband. 



Anne Meller, bapt. at 
Babworth 26 April 
1756 ; bur. there 11 
October 1757. 



. . . Meller, bapt. 
at Babworth 15 Oc- 
tober, bur. there 25 
December 1757. 



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Pedigree of Barne. 



Barne. 

[Vol. 7, p. IS 



Sir George Barne of St.= 
Bartholomew Lane, Lon- 
don, knight (son of 
George Barne, Citizen 
and Haberdasher of 
London) ; Sheriff of Lon- 
don 1545, Lord Mayor 
1552; knighted at White- 
hall II April 1553 ; died 
19 February 155I, bur. at 
St. Bartholomew-the-Less, 
London. Will dated 15 
February 155I, proved 
21 March 155I (P.C.C. 
13 Noodes). Inq. p. m. 
taken at the Guildhall, 
London, i April 1558. 
{C. 4. atid s, P' ^ -^^■> 
part ?'., No. 106.) 



=Alice Brooke, executrix to wills 
of her ist husband 28 September 
1528, and her 2nd husband 
21 March 155I; bur. at St. 
Bartholomew-the-Less, London, 
2 June 1559. Will dated 20 Sep- 
tember 1558, with codicil dated 
7 February 155^, proved 5 July 
1559 (P.C.C. 32 Chaynay). She 
marr. istly Richard Relfe, 
Citizen and Vintner of London, 
who was bur. at All Hallows', 
Honey Lane, London. Will 
dated 5 July 1528, proved 
28 September 1528 (P.C.C. 
37 Porch). -r 
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Sir George Barne of W^oolwich, co. Kent, knight, Citizen= 
and Haberdasher of London; aged 25 and more 19 
February 155I-; mentioned in his father's will 15 February 
iSSl) and in will of his sister, Anne Walsingham, 28 July 
1564; executor to his mother's will 5 July 1559; Sheriff 
of London 1576, Lord Mayor 1586; knighted by the 
Lord Chamberlain on Sunday, 11 June 1587; died at 
Woolwich 2 January 159!, bur. at St. Edmund's, Lombard 
Street, London. Will dated 2 April 1591, proved 20 
January 159I (P.C.C. i Neve//). Administration granted 
at York 24 June 1648. Inq. p. m. taken at Woolwich 
28 September 1593 (C Vo/. 2^7, No. iii). 



=Anne Garrard, dau. of Sir William 
Garrard of Dorney, co. Bucking- 
ham, knight, by Isabel his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Juhus 
Nethermill of Coventry, co. 
Warwick, esquire ; Lord Mayor 
of London 1555 ; mentioned in 
will of her mother-in-law 20 Sep- 
tember 1558; executrix to her 
husband's will 20 January 159!; 
died in 16 11. Administration 
granted 8 January i6i| (P.C.C.) 



Sir William Barne of Woolwich, knight ;= 
aged 24 and more 28 September 1593; 
knighted at Whitehall 23 July 1603 ; 
administrator to his mother 8 January 
161^; received grant of market at 
Woolwich I June 1618; died at Wool- 
wich 7 May 1619. Inq. p. m. taken at 
Woolwich 22 October 16 19. 



=Anne Sandys, dau. of Edwin Sandys, D.D., Arch- 
bishop of York, by Cecily his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Sir Thomas Wilford of Cranbrook, co. Kent, knight ; 
born 21 June 1570; agreement of marriage dated 
II May 1586; living 23 May 1629. Administration 
granted 10 February i6|§ (P.C.C.) She marr. 
2ndly Edward Pulter of Bradfield, co. Hertford, 
esquire. 



Sir William Barne of Wool wich,=f= Dorothy Manwood, dau. of Sir ^ Peter Manwood of St. 



knight ; knighted at Greenwich 
29 June 1618; aged 26, 7 May 
1619; living 16 May 1632. 



Stephen's, Canterbury, co. Kent, K.B., by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Sir George Harte of LuUingstone, co. Kent, knight ; 
marriage licence (Canterbury) dated 12 October 16 18. 



William George Barne, bapt. at=Dorothy, living Sidney Barne, 

Barne. Canterbury Cathedral 15 November bapt.atCanter- 

15 May 1623; men- 1659. buryCathedral 

tioned in his brother's 26 July 1624. 
will 15 November 1659. 



Thomas Barne of Erith, 
CO. Kent. Will dated 
15 November 1659, 
proved 15 December 
1659 (P.C.C. 525 >"''^0- 



John Barne of AVillesden, co.= 
Middlesex, esquire ; mentioned 
in wills of his father 15 Feb- 
ruary 155:^, and his sister, 
Anne Walsingham, 28 July 
1564 ; executor to his mother's 
will 5 July 1559; died 4 Sep- 
tember 16 1 5. Will dated 
II February 161-^, proved 
18 September 1615 (P.C.C. 
79 Riidd). Inq. p. m. taken 
at the Guildhall, London, 20 
October 1615 (C. j^p, 155). 



Francis Roberts of Willesden,= 
esquire; born 8 February 155", 
bapt. at Royston, co. Hertford; 
died, aged 80, 7 September 
1631, bur. at Willesdcn. M.I. 
Will dated 25 July 1631, 
proved 16 November 1631, 
by Sir William Roberts, 
knight, grandson (P.C.C. 114 
St. John). Inq. p. m. taken 
4 September 1633. 



=Jane Langton, 
dau. of Thomas 
Langton of co. 
York, esquire, by 
Mary Mathew his 
wife ; mentioned 
in will of her 
son-in-law, Ed- 
ward Altham, 
I April 1605 ; 
died in 1609, 
bur. at Willesden. 
Memorial Brass. 



Sir John Rivers, knight,= 
Citizen and Grocer and 
Alderman of London, Lord 
Mayor 1573 ; executor to 
will of Dame Alice Barne 
5 July 1559; knighted at 
Greenwich 2 May 1574; 
died 27 February i58f, 
bur. at Hadlow, co. Kent. 
Will dated 31 January 
1587, proved 10 April 
1584 (P.C.C. 37 Butts). 
Inq. p. m. taken at 
Greenwich 11 July 1584 
(C Vol. 20 J, No. 200.) 



'Elizabeth, exe- 
cutrix to her 
husband's will 
10 April 1584. 



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=Mary, marr. at 
Woolwich, CO. 
Kent, 20 Novem- 
ber 1575; execu- 
trix to her 
father's will 1 8 
September 161 5; 
died 23 February 
i62f, bur. at 
Willesden the 
next day. M.I. 



Edward Altham of Mark=j=Elizabeth, mar- 



Hall, CO. Essex, esquire 
(2nd son of James 
Altham of Mark Hall, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. and heir of Sir 
Thomas Blank, Lord 
Mayor of London 1582). 
Will dated i April 1605, 
proved 7 August 1605 
(P.C.C. 58 Hayes). 



/N 



riage settlements 
dated 25 No- 
vember 1577 ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 7 
August 1605 ; 
living 1 1 Feb- 
ruary l6ly. 



A\ 



George Barne of St. Edmund's, Lombard Street, London ; living at Woolwich, co. Kent, 
28 September 1593. Administration granted 12 October 1594, to William Barne, brother 
(P.C.C.) 



Robert Barne of Great Grimsby, co. Lincoln ;= 
mentioned in will of his uncle, Francis Barne, 

23 May 1629; administrator to his mother 10 
February, and to his brother, Thomas Barne, 

24 March i6f ^; godson, adopted son and executor 
of Sir Robert Remington of Saxby, co. Lincoln, 
President of Munster ; living 16 May 1632. 



=Elizabeth Twisden, dau. 
of Thomas Twisden of 
Wye, CO. Kent, esquire, 
by Anne his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Pigott ; bur. 
at Great Grimsby 27 
July 1637. 



Thomas Barne of 
Woolwich ; died 
unmarried. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted 24 March 
i6§^ (P.C.C.) 



Sir Roger Harsnet, Serjeant-at-Arms to the House of=i=Carola, aged 11 in 1634; Frances, 
Lords; bur. in the North cloister of Westminster | bur. in the North cloister aged 10 
Abbey 27 October 1692. Will dated 25 October 1692, I of Westminster Abbey 17 in 1634. 
proved 9 November 1692, by William Lowndes, j May 1676. 
son-in-law (P.C.C. 204 Fane). /j\ 



Alexander Carlyell,= 
Citizen and Vintner 
of London, Master 
of the Vintners 

15 . . ; executor to 
will of Dame Alice 
Barne 5 July 1559; 
bur. at Whittington 
College, London. 
\Vill dated 4 Oc- 
tober 1 56 1, proved 

16 October 1561 
(P.C.C. 31 Loftes). 
ist husband. 



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=x\nne, execu-= 
trix to her ist 
husband's will 
16 October 
1 56 1. Will 
dated 28 July 
1564, proved 
22 November 
1564 (P.C.C. 
32 Stevenson). 



=Sir Francis VValsingham of Barn Elms, co. Surrey, knight, 
Principal Secretary of State to Queen Elizabeth ; of 
King's College, Cambridge, matriculated November 1548; 
admitted to (iray's Inn 1552 ; M.P. for Banbury January 
155;}, Lyme Regis January 1565, and for Surrey 1573-89 ; 
Ambassador at Paris December 1570 to 1573, Secretary 
of State 20 December 1573; knighted at Windsor 
I December 1577; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 
1587; died at Seething Lane, London, 6 April, bur. in 
St. Paul's Cathedral 7 April 1590. Will dated 12 De- 
cember 1589, proved 27 May 1590 (P.C.C. 33 Drury). 
Inq. p. m. dated 27 September 1592. He marr. 2ndly 
Ursula, dau. of Henry St. Barbe, relict of Sir Richard 
Worsley. {See '■'■Dictionary of National Biography^' 
Vol. LIX., page 2ji.) 2nd husband. 



Francis Barne of Woolwich, co. Kent, esquire ; administrator Thotnas Barne. John Barne. 
to his mother 8 January i6i|^, and executor to will of his {Visitatiojt of {Visitatio?i of 
brother, Richard Barne, 4 May 162 1 ; bur. at St. Edmund's, Lofidon 1568.) Londo7i 1^68.) 
Lombard Street, London. Will dated 23 May 1629, proved 
29 May 1634 (P.C.C. 44 Seager). 



Rev. Miles Barne, Rector of= 
Bishopsbourne, co. Kent; educated 
at Westminster School and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A. 
1626; aged 32, 30 May 1632; 
died, aged 70, bur. at Barham, co. 
Kent, I November 1670. 



=Jane Travers, marriage 
licence (Bishop of 
London) dated 30 May 
1632, she then aged 
24 ; died, aged 84, 
bur. at Barham 26 May 
i68q. 



John Barne, 
[? marr. Mil- 
dred, and died 
before 22 Feb- 
ruary i63y]. 



George Barne, 
living 16 May 
1632. 



Rev. Miles Barne, D.D., Rector of Glaston, co. Rutland; Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 
27 March 1661, B.A. 1659, M.A. 1663, D.D. 1682 ; Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Charles H., 
Rector of Kingstone, co. Kent, 1660-82, Vicar of Madingley, co. Cambridge, 20 May 1666 to 
i68y-, Rector of Glaston 1682-1701; J. P. for co. Cambridge; bur. at Kingham, co. Oxford, 
9 October 1708. 



Robert Barne, 
aged 8 in 1634. 

Mary, aged 5 
in 1634. 



Anne, aged 3 in 1634. 

Elizabeth Barne, bapt. at 
Great Grimsby, co. Lincoln, 
28 October 1632, bur. there 
17 November following. 

123 



I I 
William Barne, bapt. at Great Grimsby 

24 September 1633, bur. there the 

next day. 

Elizabeth, bapt. at Great Grimsby 14 
September 1634. 



Mark Barne,^ 
mentioned in 
wills of his 
father 2 April 
1591, and of 
his brother, 
Richard Bame, 
5 September 
1620. 



Peter Barne, 
mentioned in 



his 
will 

1591- 



father's 
2 April 



Richard Barne of Tangley,= 
CO. Surrey ; of St. John's 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 12 July 1588, aged 
15, B.A. 1591 ; mentioned 
in his father's will 2 April 
1591 ; died 6 October, bur. 
at VVonersh, co. Surrey, 
8 October 1620. Will 
dated 5 September 1620, 
proved 4 May 1621 (P.C.C. 
38 Dale). 



=Elizabeth Aungier, dau. of 
Sir Francis Aungier, Lord 
Aungier, Master of the Rolls 
(Ireland), by Douglas his ist 
wife, dau. of Edward Fitz- 
gerald \ bur. at Wonersh 25 
October 1650. Will dated 
16 October 1650, proved 31 
October 1650 (P.C.C. 157 
Petiibroke). She marr. istly 
Symon Caryll of Tangley, 
and 3rdly John Machell. 



George Barne of Woolwich,= 
CO. Kent, gent ; mentioned 
in will of his uncle, 
Richard Barne, 5 Sep- 
tember 1620 ; executor 
and heir to Francis Barne 
29 May 1634; died before 
24 June 1648. 



=Anne Caryll, dau. 
of Symon Caryll, 
by his wife, 
Elizabeth Aungier, 
afterwards Eliza- 
beth Machell {see 
alwve). 



Richard Barne of the City 
of London, gent ; men- 
tioned in will of his 
uncle, Richard Barne, 
5 September 1620; died 
before 23 May 1629. 
Administration granted at 
York 24 June 1648. 



Mary, mentioned 
in will of her 
uncle, Richard 
Barne, 5 Sep- 
tember 1620; 
married before 
23 May 1629, 
David Powell of 
London. 



George Barne of Stoke-by-Guildford, co. Surrey, gent ; mentioned in=^Johanna, executrix 
will of his grandmother 16 October 1650. Will dated 7 September to her husband's will 
1683, proved 16 January q 16 January 168^-. 

(P.C.C. 2 Hare). 



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Sir William Lovelace= 
of Woolwich, knight ; 
bapt. at St. Alphege, 
Canterbury, co. Kent, 
12 February 158I; 
knighted at Theobalds 
20 September 1609. 
Will dated 15 July 
1622, proved 23 July 
1628. ist husband. 



=Anne, mentioned= 
in will of her uncle, 
Francis Barne, 23 
May 1629. Will 
dated 16 May 1632, 
proved 2 May 1633 
(P.C.C.5ii?/m^//). 



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=Jonathan Browne, D.C.L., Dean of Hereford ; of 
Gloucester Hall, Oxford, matriculated 13 October 
1620, aged 19, B.C.L. 162I, D.C.L. 1630; Rector 
of Shelley, co. Essex, 162 1, of St. Faith's, London, 
1628, and of Hertingfordbury, co. Hertford, 1630, 
Canon of Hereford 1636, Dean 1636, Canon of 
Westminster 1639; died in December 1643. 
Administration (with will annexed) granted at 
Oxford to his daughter Anne, wife of Herbert 
Crofte, D.D. 2nd husl)and. 



John Bame of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Westminster,= 
Citizen and Scrivener of London ; aged about 29, 
21 January i6i§; died 25 March 1692, bur. at 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, Westminster. Will dated 
II December 1691, proved 6 June 1692 
(P.C.C. loi Fane). 



=Alice Billers, dau. of Edward Billers of 
Leicester, gent ; marriage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 21 January i6y^, she 
then aged about 21 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 6 June 1692; living in 
1718. 



124 



Sir Francis Aungier, ist Baron Aungier of Longford, Master of the Rolls*f=Anne ; married istly 



(Ireland); knighted at Greenwich 28 May 1609; Master of the Rolls 
(Ireland) 5 October 1609, P.C. (Ireland); created Baron Aungier of 
Longford, in the Peerage of Ireland, 29 June 162 1 ; died, aged 70, 
8 October, bur. in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, 6 November 1632. 
Will dated 28 November 1628, proved 26 February 163I, by his son, 
Gerald, Lord Aungier (P.C.C. 15 Russell). He marr. istly Douglas, 
dau. of Edward Fitzgerald, and sister of (ierald, i6th Earl of Kildare, and 
3rdly Margaret, dau. of Sir Thomas Cave of Stanford, co. Northampton. 
2nd husband. /^ 



Walter Marley, mar- 
riage licence (Bishop 
of London) dated 
17 July 1584. 



John Elliott of Godalming,= 
CO. Surrey, gent; living 22 
May 1669 ; died before 
7 September 1683. 



=Anne, living 7 September 1683 ; 
administratrix to her great-grand- 
father, Sir George Barne, and her 
uncle, Richard Barne, 24 June 
1648, then of Wonersh, co. Surrey, 
spinster; marr. before 16 October 
1650. 



Elizabeth Barne, mentioned 
in will of her grandmother 
16 October 1650; living in 
1662 ; died before 7 Sep- 
tember 1683. 



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William Barne of Beakesbourne,= 
CO. Kent ; mentioned in wills of 
his brothers, Henry Barne, 29 
April 1689, and John Barne, 
II December 1691 ; died, aged 
64, 16 January 170^, bur. at 
Barham, co. Kent. M.I. Will 
dated 27 May 1706, proved 26 
June 1706 (P.C.C. 120 Eedes). 



Bernard Gibbard,= 
Citizen of London. 



=Anne, mentioned in will of 
her brother, John Barne, 
II December 1691 ; died 17 
May 1709, bur. at Kingham, 
CO. Oxford. Will dated 21 
February i7of, proved 
16 December 1709 (P.C.C. 
244 Lane). 



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George Barne of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 27 February i68|^, 
aged 17; B.A. 1691, M.A. 1695, 
Fellow 27 March 1694; men- 
tioned in his father's will 1 1 
December 1691 ; bur. in St. 
John's College Chapel 18 
January 169;;. 



John Barne of Watling Street,= 
London, merchant; not 21, 11 De- 
cember 1691 ; executor to will of 
his brother, William Barne, 7 Sep- 
tember 171 1 ; died 7 March, 
bur. in Bath Abbey, co. Somerset, 
10 March 173^. Will dated i Feb- 
ruary i73y, proved 15 March 173J- 
( P.C.C. 64 Bedford). 



=Sarah Drake, dau. of 
Benjamin Drake of Ken- 
sington, CO. Middlesex, 
by Elizabeth his wife ; 
died before i February 
173^ 



John Barne, aged 18 
in 1717; mentioned in 
wills of his father i Feb- 
ruary 173", and his 
brother. Miles Barne, 
1 8 December 1736; died 
before 15 April 1765. 



Henry Trollope of St. Mildred's, Bread 
Street, London, draper (2nd son of Sir 
Thomas Trollope of Gasewick, co. Lincoln, 
3rd baronet, by Susannah his wife, dau. and 
heir of Sir John Clobery of Bradstone, co. 
Devon, knight) ; born in 1693; mentioned 
in his father-in-law's will i February 173"; 
died 7 December 1763, bur. at Bucklebury, 
CO. Berks. 

125 



=Elizabcth, marr. in 17 17; 
executrix to her father's 
will 15 March 173^; 
mentioned in will of her 
brother. Miles Barne, 

18 December 1736 ; 
bur. at Bath Abbey 

19 November 1761. 



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Henry Barne of the= 
New Exchange, St. 
Martin's-in-the-Fields, 
Westminster ; died in 
1689. Will dated 29 
April 1689, proved 19 
October 1689 (P.C.C. 
133 Ent). 



=Elizabeth Mainwaring, dau. John Singleton of= 

of J. Mainwaring, Citizen of York Buildings, 

London ; executrix to her Westminster. 

husband's will 19 October 

1689 ; mentioned in will of 

her brother-in-law, John 

Barne, 11 December 1691. 

Will dated 21 April 1721, 

proved 8 January 173^ (P.C.C. 

I Bedford). 



=Hester, mentioned in 
wills of her brothers, 
John Barne, 11 De- 
cember 1691, and 
William Barne, 27 
May 1706 ; died in 
1716, buried at 
Hertingfordbury, co. 
Hertford. 



Joseph Saxton,=y=Elizabeth, not 21, 29 April Henry Simonds of=j=Frances, mentioned 

in her father's will 
29 April 1689; living 
II December 1691. 



Citizen and Haber- 
dasher of London; 
living 21 April 
1 721. 



1689, mentioned in wills of her London, draper; 

uncles, John Barne, 11 De- executor to his 

cember 1691, and William mother-in-law's will 

Barne, 27 May 1706; living 8 January 1731. 
21 April 1 72 1. 



A\ 



A 



Rev. John Andrews, Rector of==Jane, mentioned in wills of her father 29 April 1689, 
Knowlton, co. Kent; Rector of and her uncle, John Barne, 11 December 1691 ; marriage 
St. Mildred's, Canterbury, co. licence (Canterbury) dated 4 March 170^; living 21 April 
Kent; died in 17 10. 1721. 



William Barne, mentioned in his father's will 11 December 1691 ; died 
in Bombay, India. Will dated 27 October 17 10, sworn at Bombay 
9 November 17 10, proved 7 September 171 1 (P.C.C. 180 Young). 



Anne, died, aged 8, 
in 1683. 



Benjamin Barne, George Thornhill of Didding-= 
aged 16 in 17 17; ton, co. Huntingdon; bapt. at 
killed in a duel in Elland, co. York, 29 August 
Ireland in 1722. 1681 ; died 30 December 
1754, bur. at Elland. M.I. 



=Sarah, bapt. at St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 
London, 11 January 170!-; unmarried 
I February i73y; executrix to her father's 
will 15 March i73|-; died 5 May 1758, 
bur. at Elland. M.I. 



A\ 



Miles Barne, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Covent (Jarden, Lon- 
don, 26 April 1704; in India 
I February 173°; died in 
1765. Will dated 18 Decem- 
ber 1736, proved 15 April 
1 765 (P.C.C. 30 1 v'??^/^?^;^/-/'/^). 



George Barne of Theobalds, co. Hertford,=Anne, executrix to 
gent; not 21, i February 173°; executor her husband's will 
to wills of Henry Barne i April 1757, 16 March 1780. 
and his brother. Miles Barne, 15 April She marr. istly . . . 
1765 ; died, aged 67, 14 March 1780, bur. 
at Cheshunt, co. Hertford. M.I. Will 
dated i December 1779, proved 16 March 
1780 (P.C.C. 122 Collins). 



126 



Robert Barne,= 
Citizen of Lon- 
don; died before 
29 April 1689. 



=Mary Wyvil, Anthony Barne, horn circa 1650; mentioned==Rebecca Smith, 

dau. of The- in wills of his brothers, John Barne, 11 marriage licence 

mas Wyvil. December 1691, and William Barne, 27 May (Vicar-General) 

1706; died in 17 14, bur. at St. Martin's-in- dated 15 Sep- 

the-Fields, Westminster. tember 1673. 



Rev. Henry Bosse, Rector- 
of Swanscombc, co. Kent ; 
of Jesus College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1699; living 
in 1 7 17. 



=Jane, mentioned in will of her uncle, 
Henry Barne, 29 April 1689; execu- 
trix to will of her uncle, William 
Barne, 26 June 1706. 



j 
Francis Barne, mentioned 
in will of his uncle, Henry 
Barne, 29 April 1689; 
not 21, II December 
1691. 



Miles Barne of Great Ormond Street, London, merchant ;= 
Director of the Hon^'^ East India Company ; executor 
to will of his sister-in-law, Anne Barne, 19 August 1730; of 
Leadenhall Street, London, i February 173^; mentioned in 
wills of his brother, John Barne, 11 December 1691, and his 
nephew, Miles Barne, 18 December 1736. Will dated 
26 May 1 741, proved 22 March 174I (P.C.C 66 Boycott). 



=Elizabeth Snowdon, dau. of 
Solomon Snowdon of York ; mar- 
riage licence (Faculty Office) dated 
28 July 1709; living i February 
1757; died in Great Ormond 
Street, London. 



Elizabeth Elwick, dau. and= 
heir of Nathaniel Elwick of 
May Place, in Crayford, co. 
Kent, formerly Governor 
of Fort St. George, Madras, 
India ; marr. at Tooting, 
CO. Surrey, in May 1745; 
died, aged 23, 20 Septem- 
ber 1747, bur. at Crayford. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=Miles Barne of Sotterley, co.= 
Suffolk, esquire ; born in 
October 1 7 1 8 ; executor to his 
father's will 22 March 174I ; 
M.P. for Dunwich 2 July 
1747 and 18 February 1764 
to December 1777 ; died 20 
December 1780. Will with 
five codicils dated 6 April 
1771 to 18 May 1778, proved 
10 March 1781 (P.C.C. 
112 Webster). 



=Mary Thornhill, dau. of George 
Thornhill of Diddington, co. Hun- 
tingdon, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
John Barne {see previous page) ; 
born II February 173^ ; marr. 23 
September 1752 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 10 March 1781 ; 
died at Sotterley Hall 28 July 1802. 
Will dated 5 March 1802, proved 23 
August 1802 (P.C.C. 601 Ketiyott). 
2nd wife. 



Miles Barne of Sotterley, and of May 
Place, in Crayford ; born at Grosvenor 
Square, London, 26 May 1 746 ; ad- 
mitted to Lincoln's Inn 14 January 
1764; executor to his father's will 10 
March 1781 ; High Sheriff for co. Suf- 
folk 1790; M.P. for Dunwich i March 
1 791 to 20 May 1796; died at Sotterley 
Hall 8 September 1825. {See Gent's 
Mag., Vol. PJ-, part it., page 2S0.) ' 



Elizabeth Elwick 
Barne, died 24 
June 1759. 



William Sa\v-=f=Mary, born 16 



bridge of East 
Haddon, co. 
Northampton ; 
High Sheriff 
1810 ; died 1 1 
October 1836. 



July, bapt. at 
Sotterley 1 2 
August 1753; 
marr. 2 1 No- 
vember 1777. 



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127 



Henry Barne of Ironmonger=f=Anne Dowdeswell {see page yi), 



Lane, London, merchant. 
Citizen and Leatherseller of 
London ; mentioned in his 
father's will 1 1 December 
1691 ; executor to will of 
his brother, William Barne, 
7 September 1 7 1 1 ; bur. at 
St. Martin's, Ironmonger 
Lane, London. Will dated 
15 January 172!, proved 
5 October 1726 (P.C.C. 197 
Plymouth). 



dau. of the Rev. William 
Dowdeswell, Rector of Kingham, 
CO. Oxford, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Bernard Gibbard, by 
Anne Barne his wife {see page I2j) ; 
mentioned in will of her grand- 
mother, Anne Gibbard, 21 
February 170^^; living 5 October 
1726; bur. at St. Martin's, 
Ironmonger Lane, London. Will 
dated i April 1727, proved 19 
August 1730 (P.C.C. 230 Auber). 



William Sel-=Alice, not 21 
wyn. Citizen 1 1 December 



and Skinner 
of London. 



Henry Barne of St. 
Mary's, Islington, co. 
Middlesex ; aged 3 in 
1717 ; died, aged 42, 
I April 1757, bur. at 
Islington. M.I. Will 
dated i February 1757, 
proved 7 April 1757 
(P.C.C. no Herring). 



William Barne, 
mentioned in 
his father's will 
1 5 January 
1724; died, 
aged 16, bur. 
at Kingham 
7 December 
1730. 



Robert Barne, mentioned 
in his father's will 15 Jan- 
uary 172!; living II June 
1730- _ 

Charles Barne, mentioned 
in his father's will 15 Jan- 
uary 172*; living II June 

1730- 



1 69 1 ; marr. 
after i Feb- 
ruary 173^. 



Anne Barne, mentioned in 
her father's will 15 January 
172I; living I February 
1757- _ 

Elizabeth Barne, men- 
tioned in her father's will 
15 January 172^; living 
1 February 1757. 



Sir Stephen Anderson of Eyworth, co. Bedford, baronet ;= 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Holborn, London, 15 November 
1708; succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 21 October 
1 741; died 19 February, bur. at Eyworth 28 Feb- 
ruary 1773. Will dated 24 February 1772, proved 25 
February 1773 (P.C.C.) He marr. 2ndly Mary, dau. of 
WiUiam Elsegood of Norwich, co. Norfolk. 



=Elizabeth, marr. 2 7 
January 173^-; men- 
tioned in her father's 
will 26 May 1741 ; 
died 9 April, bur. 
at Eyworth 21 April 
1769. ist wife. 



Anne Barne, 
died before 
26 May 1 741. 



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Barne Barne, born 25 August, 
bapt. at Sotterley, co. Suffolk, 

9 September 1754; admitted 
to Westminster School 12 
Januar)- 1768; Fellow of 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
LL.B. 1780; of the Inner 
Temple, admitted 1770, called 
to the Bar 1779; Commis- 
sioner of Taxes 9 April 1791 
to 1820; M.P. for Dunwich 

10 December 1777 to Feb- 
ruary 1791 ; died at Dunwich 
19 June 1828. 



Sarah, born 14 
January, bapt. at 
Sotterley 15 Feb- 
ruary 1756; died 
7 January 181 8. 
She married 

24 May 1788, 
John Harding of 
Clyadernon, co. 
Pembroke. 



128 



Snowdon Barne, born 26 December 1756, 
bapt. at Sotterley 24 January 1757; admitted 
to Westminster School 19 January 1770, 
Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1786, 
LL.B. 1781 ; admitted to the Inner Temple 
1782, called to the Bar 1801, Bencher; 
Lord of the Treasury 6 December 1809 to 
5 October 1S12 ; Commissioner of Customs 
22 October 1812; M.P. for Dunwich 25 May 
1796 to 29 September 1812; died at 
Dunwich, aged 68, 3 July, bur. at Sotterley 
II July 1825. {See Gent's Mag., Vol. gj, 
pari a., page 8g). 



George Barne, 
born 1 1 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
Sotterley, co. Suf- 
folk, 19 March 
i758,died24Feb- 
ruary following. 



Lieut.-Colonel Michael Barne of Sotterley= 
and Dunwich, co. Suffolk ; born in 
1759; Lieut.-Colonel 7th (Queen's Own 
Regiment) Light Dragoons, in which 
he served as Commandant under 
H.R.H. the Duke of York during the 
campaign of 1793-94, in the Netherlands; 
M.P. for Dunwich 6 October 181 2 to 
24 July 1830; died at Dunwich, aged 78, 
19 June, bur. there 8 July 1837. M.L 



=Mary Boucherett, dau. of Ayscogh 
Boucherett of Willingham and 
Stallingborough, co. Lincoln, High 
Sheriff for that county 1754, by 
Mary ^Vhite his wife ; bapt. at 
Stallingborough 16 December 
1764; marr. 2 October 1798; 
died at Sotterley, in her 94th year, 
II December, bur. at Dunwich 
20 December 1858. 



A 



{For issue see ^''Visitation of Ens;land and Wales" 
Vol. VII., page 1^8.) 



Elizabeth Barne, Charles Drake Garrard of^Anne, born 19 December A son, born 

born 23 Septem- Lamer, co. Hertford; M.P. 1761, bapt. at Sotterley 16 15 May 1763, 

ber, bapt. at for Agmondesham 26 May January 1762; marr. 8 June died the same 

Sotterley 24 Oc- 1796 to January 1805; died 1790; died at Brighton, co. day. 

tober 1760; died at Lamer, aged 62, 27 June Sussex, 10 January 1827. 

in June 1834. 181 7. 



Elizabeth VVyatt,= 
dau. of Richard 
Wyatt of Milton 
Place, CO. Surrey ; 
marr. at Egham, 
CO. Surrey, 3 1 
August 1790 ; 
died at Sotterley, 
aged 46, 30 
September 181 2. 
1st wife. 



=Rev. Thomas Barne, Rector= 
of Sotterley ; born at Sotterley 
16 July 1766, bapt. the same 
day; admitted to Westminster 
School 2 November 1778; 
of Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 24 February 
1783, aged 16, B.A. 1786, 
M.A. 1789; Chaplain-in- 
Ordinary to (jeorge HL, 
George IV. and William IV.; 
died at Sotterley, aged 67, 
26 July 1834. 



=Sarah St. John, dau. of the 
Very Rev. the Hon'''*-' Andrew 
St. John, D.D., Dean of 
Worcester (2nd son of John, 
loth Baron St. John), by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Chase of Bromley, 
CO. Kent ; marr. 14 March 
18 1 5 ; died at Manor House, 
Cray ford, co. Kent, aged 76, 
29 January 1847. 2nd wife. 



C?esia Barne, 
born 2 1 March, 
bapt. at Sot- 
terley 31 March 
1769 ; died in 
1781. 



129 



Partridge. 

;Vol. 7, p. i6i.] 




Pedigree of Partridge. 



Henry Partridge, Alderman of London,= 
Citizen and Cooper; bought Low- 
brooke, co. Berks, 17 February 164!^; 
died, aged 62, 13 December 1666, bur. 
at Bray, co. Berks. M.I. Will dated 
4 December 1666, proved 12 December 
1666 (P.C.C. 179 Mico). 



=Anne, mentioned 
in her husband's 
will 4 December 
1666 ; died, aged 
69, 20 July 1674, 
bur. at Bray. M.I. 



Henry Partridge of Brayf 
executor to his father's 
will 12 December 1666; 
aged about 29, 5 June 
1667 ; High Sheriff for 
CO. Berks 1670; died, 
aged 34, 5 January 167^, 
bur. at Bray. M.I. 
Administration granted 
24 January 167^ (P.C.C.) 



=Joanna Jaques, dau. and coheir 
of Robert Juques of Elmstone, 
CO. Kent, Alderman of London, 
by Joanna his wife, dau. and 
coheir of William Foy ; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) dated 
5 June 1667, she then aged 
about 20 ; administratrix to her 
husband 24 January 167^; 
died at Weybridge, co, Surrey. 
Administration granted 14 May 
1674 (P.C.C.) 



Robert Partridge of 
Buckenham House, 
CO. Norfolk ; of the 
Middle Temple, ad- 
mitted 12 February 
1687, Barrister-at- 
Law 26 May 1693 ; 
administrator to his 
aunt, Sarah Par- 
tridge, 6 April 1709; 
died 26 December 
1 7 10, bur. at West 
Tofts, CO. Norfolk. 
M.I. Will dated 
22 December 1710, 
proved 22 March 
i7if (P.C.C. 56 
Young). 



Elizabeth Holder, dau.= 
and heir of Thomas 
Holder of Northwold, 
CO. Norfolk, gent, by 
Bridget his wife, dau. 
of Richard Graves of 
Mickleton, co. Glou- 
cester, esquire ; marr. 
at St. Botolph's, 
Aldgate, London, 2 1 
October 1701, mar- 
riage licence (Bishop 
of London) dated 21 
October 1701, she 
then aged 1 5 ; died, 
aged 17, 17 January 
170I, bur. at North- 
wold. M.I. I St wife. 



=Henry Partridge of Bucken-= 
ham House, co. Norfolk, 
esquire ; born 1 7 May 
167 1 ; of the Middle 
Temple, admitted 19 De- 
cember 1688, Barrister-at- 
Law 1698, Bencher 8 June 
1722 ; administrator to his 
aunt, Sarah Partridge, 
6 April 1709; executor to 
will of his brother, Robert 
Partridge, 22 March 171^; 
died, aged 62, 3 July 
1733, bur. at West Tofts. 
M.I. Will dated 3 Au- 
gust 1728, wth codicil 
dated 28 June 1733, 
proved 8 October 1733 
(P.C.C. 268 Price). 



=Martha Wright, dau. 
of John Wright of 
London, merchant ; 
marriage licence 

(Faculty Office) dated 
3 February 170!; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 8 Oc- 
tober 1733; died at 
Croydon, co. Surrey, 
aged 73, 20 February 
1 760, and bur. at West 
Tofts. M.I. Will dated 
19 January 1757, with 
codicil dated i De- 
cember 1758, proved 
27 February 1760 
(P.C.C. 70 Lynch). 
2nd wife. 



Catharine Partridge, born in the parish of St. Paul's, Covent 
Garden, Westminster, 13 November, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, 21 November 1708 ; died in infancy. 



Sarah Partridge, born at 
Colveston House, co. Norfolk ; 
died an infant in 17 12. 



130 



Hannah Partridge of St. Andrew's, Holborn, 
London ; mentioned in her father's will 
4 December 1666 j died, aged 49, 26 July 
1 69 1, bur. at Bray, co. Berks. M.I. Will 
dated 27 November 1688, proved 12 August 
1 69 1 (P.C.C. 41 f^^f-e)' 



Sarah Partridge of St. Andrew's, Holborn, 
London; not 21, 4 December 1666; execu- 
trix to will of her sister, Hannah Partridge, 
12 August 1691 ; died, aged 59, 17 March 
170I, bur. at Bray. M.L Administration 
granted 6 April 1709 (P.C.C.) 



Mary Say, dau. and= 
heir of Robert Say 
of Lynn, co. Nor- 
folk, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Sir 
John Turner of 
Lynn, baronet ; 
marr. at South 
Lynn, co. Norfolk, 
2 6Julyi745;died, 
aged 20, 28 April 
1748, bur. in St. 
Nicholas', North 
Lynn, co. Norfolk. 
M.L ist wife. 



=Henry Partridge of Northwold, co. Norfolk, of= 
Lowbrooke, co. Berks, and of 4 Garden Court, 
Temple, London ; born at Colveston House, 
CO. Norfolk, 22 January 171°; of ALigdalen 
College, Cambridge; of the Middle Temple, 
Barrister-at-Law 28 January 173^; executor 
to his father's will 8 October 1733; Recorder 
of Lynn 8 May 1745 to 1769, the Isle of 
Ely January 1781; executor to wills of his 
mother 27 February 1760, and his brother, 
Robert Partridge, 12 May 1779; died at Lynn, 
aged 82, 4 November 1793, bur. in Methwold 
Church, CO. Norfolk. Will with five codicils 
dated 21 October 1 781 to 4 July 1793, proved 
22 January 1794 (P.C.C. 38 Holman). 



=Alice Taylor, dau. of 
Simon Taylor of Lynn, 
merchant ; marr. 26 Jan- 
uary 1 751; mentioned 
in codicil to will of 
her brother-in-law, Robert 
Partridge, 10 November 
1777, and in her husband's 
will 21 October 1781 ; 
died at Lynn, aged 72, 
26 August 1797, bur. 
in Methwold Church, 
2nd wife. 



Henry Partridge of Northwold and Lowbrooke ; born at= 
Lynn 24 May 1746; of Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 October 1764; of the Middle Temple, 
Barrister-at-Law 9 November 1770, Bencher 1787, 
K.C. 27 June 1787; Recorder of Norwich 1788 to 
1801 ; executor to wills of his uncle, Joseph Partridge, 
12 November 1788, and his father 22 January 1794; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, aged 57, on Friday, 30 December 
1803, bur. at Bathford, co. Somerset. M.L Will dated 20 
May 1 80 1, proved 19 January 1804 (P.C.C. 55 Heseliiiie). 



=Katherine Reynardson, youngest 
dau. of Samuel Reynardson of 
Holywell, co. Lincoln, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. and heir of Sir Ran- 
dolph Knipe ; marr. 11 December 
1781 ; executrix to her husband's 
will 19 January 1804; died at her 
residence at Cromer, co. Norfolk, in 
her 71st year, on Wednesday, 15 
December 18 19, bur. at Cromer. 



Henry Samuel Partridge of Hockham Hall, co. Norfolk; born 22 June= 
1782; of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 22 June 1801, 
aged 19; J.P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk, Captain East Norfolk Militia; 
died at Hockham Hall on Friday, i October, bur. at Hockham 
8 October 1858. Will dated 15 March 1849, with eight codicils, 
II November 1849 to 18 April 1857, proved 16 December 1858, by 
Henry Birch Reynardson and his sons, Frederick Robert and George 
Anthony Partridge, the executors (Prin. Reg., 783, 58). 



y^' J^ cX^2i^^^^^ 




=Mary Frances Heslop, 
only dau. of the Ven^'* 
Luke Heslop, D.D., 
Fellow of Corpus 
Christi College, Cam- 
bridge, Archdeacon of 
Buckingham; born 14 
October 1 783 ; marr. 
18 July 1805 ; died on 
Tuesday, i February, 
bur. at Hockham 
5 February 1853. 



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(/vv- issue see '■'^ Visitation of England and 
IVa/es," Vol. VII., />a!^r^ 161.) 



131 



Robert Partridge of St. 
Margaret's, Lothbury, London, 
gent ; born at Buckenham 
House, CO. J^orfolk, 19 May 
1 7 13; mentioned in wills of 
his father 3 August 1728, and 
his mother 19 January 1757 ; 
died 9 April 1779, bur. at 
St. Margaret's, Lothbury, 
London. Will dated 2 Oc- 
tober 1770, with codicil dated 
10 November 1777, proved 
12 May 1779 (P.C.C. 215 
IVarburton). 



Joseph Partridge of Shirehampton,= 
in AV'estbury-upon-Trym, co. Glou- 
cester; born at Buckenham House 
I August 1 7 14; Captain in the 
Army 13 October 1755, ^^d in 
the 41 St Regiment of Foot 9 No- 
vember 1765; mentioned in wills 
of his father 3 August 1728, and 
mother 19 January 1757, and of 
his brother, Henry Partridge, 21 
October 1781; died 21 October 
1788. Will dated 5 September 
1788, proved 12 November 1788 
(P.C.C. 554 Calvert). 



=Mary Heathfield, dau. of 
John Heathfield of Croy- 
don, CO. Surrey, by Mary 
his wife ; marr. 26 No- 
vember 1766; mentioned 
in codicil to will of her 
brother-in-law, Robert Par- 
tridge, 10 November 1777 ; 
died, aged 49, 8 June 
1778, bur. at Croydon, 
M.L 



Robert Partridge of Norwich, Alderman of=yJane Purcas, dau. of William Purcas, by 



Conisford Ward, Norwich; born 18 May 1747 ; 
Sheriff of Norwich 1780, Mayor 1784; executor 
to wills of his uncle, Joseph Partridge, 12 
November 1788, and his brother, Henry 
Partridge, 19 January 1804; died at Norwich, 
aged 69, I March 181 7. 



Catharine his wife, dau. of Henry Partridge 
{see page IJS) ', marr. 8 March 1776; 
executrix to will of her uncle, Joseph 
Partridge, 12 November 1788; died 14 
February 181 7. 



Rev. Henry Say, Rector of North Pickenham, co. Norfolk (son of=f=Jane, married at 



William Say of Downham Market, co. Norfolk, esquire); of Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated 22 June 1786, aged 17, B.A. 1790, M.A. 
1795; Rector of North Pickenham with Houghton-on-the-Hill, co. 
Norfolk, 24 April 1794 ; died at Swaffham, co. Norfolk, aged 87, 
12 February 1855. /K 



St. Luke's Chapel, 
Norwich, on Thurs- 
day, 9 January 
1806. 



Lieut.-Colonel Walter Partridge of King's Lynn, co. Norfolk; born in 1757; ist 
Lieutenant 23rd Regiment of Foot 5 October 1781, Captain 5th Regiment of Foot 
25 November 1785, Major 6 May 1795, Lieut.-Colonel 18 January 1800; executor to will 
of his uncle, Joseph Partridge, 12 November 1788; died at Gibraltar, aged 43, on Friday, 

5 December 1800. M.L in Methwold Church, co. Norfolk. Will dated 27 April 1798, proved 

6 February 1801 (P.C.C. 125 Abercromhie). 



I 
Katharine Mary Partridge, born 
I November 1784; died at Dean's 
Square, Norwich, aged 68, on 
Saturday, 28 February 1852. 



Benjamin Wilson of=]=Sarah Frances, born i November 
Sledagh Hall, co. 1784; marr. 9 November 1815 ; 



Wexford, eldest son 
of Christian Wilson 
of Sledagh. /K 



died, aged 99, 18 February 1884. 



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Sarah Partridge of Croydon, co. Surrey ; born at Buckenham House, co. Norfolk, 7 September 
1716; mentioned in wills of her father, 3 August 1728, and mother 19 January 1757, and her 
brother, Henry Partridge, 21 October 1781; died 2 November 1790, bur. at Croydon. M.I. 
Will dated 10 March 1790, proved 7 December 1790 (P.C.C. 566 Bishop). 



Bryan Burrell of Broom Park, co. Northumberland, esquire ; of Christ=T=Mary, marr. in May 



Church, Oxford, matriculated 7 July 1746, aged 17, B.A. 1750; D.L. 
for CO. Northumberland, High Sheriff 1768; executor to will of Joseph 
Partridge, 12 November 1788, died, aged 78, 3 November 1806, bur. 
in Bolton Chapel, in Edlingham, co. Northumberland. 



1 771; died, aged 28, 
12 July 1776, bur. 
in Bolton Chapel, in 
Edlingham. 



Rev. Peter Hansell, Minor Canon of Norwich (son of=j=Mary, marr. 
Peter Hansell of Reading, co. Berks, gent); of Magdalen on Friday, 
College, Oxford, Chorister 1777-83, matriculated 11 14 Septem- 
June 1781, aged 17, B.A. 1785; Perpetual Curate of ber 1804. 
St. John-de-Sepulchre, Norwich, 5 December 1788 to 
1 84 1, Rector of St. Martin's-at-Oak, Norwich, 5 De- 
cember 1788 to 1 83 1, and of St. Augustine's, Norwich, 
9 January 1790 to 1795, Perpetual Curate of Arminghall, 
CO. Norfolk, 25 September 1792 to 181 3, Vicar of 
Catton, CO. Norfolk, 3 December 1795 ^o 1811, and 
of Worsted, co. Norfolk, 2 October 181 1 until his death, 
Minor Canon of Norwich Cathedral ; executor to will 
of the Rev. Robert Partridge 10 July 1823; died at 
Norwich, aged 75, about February 1841. {See Gent J s 
Mag., Vol. 15, N.S., page 324.) ^^ 



Rev. Robert Partridge, 
born in 1797; men- 
tioned in will of his 
uncle, Henry Partridge, 
20 May 1801 ; of St. 
John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1821 ; 
died 15 April 1823. 
Will dated 27 July 
1819, with codicil 
dated 20 March 1823, 
proved 10 July 1823 
(P.C.C. 433 Ridmrds). 



Rev. John Partridge, Rector of Cranwich, co. Norfolk ;=j=Sarah Everard, youngest dau. 



bom in 1766 ; executor to wills of his uncle, 
Joseph Partridge, 12 November 1788, and his brother, 
Walter Partridge, 6 February 1801 ; Rector of Cranwich 
and Vicar of Methwold, co. Norfolk, 8 November 1791 ; 
died at Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 46, 17 May 18 13. 



of Edward Everard of Lynn, 

CO. Norfolk ; marr. at Bath, 

CO. Somerset, on Monday, 
30 March 1801. 



Jocelyn Henry Conner Thomas=f=Charlotte, born 11 July 1786; 



of Everton, Queen's County, son 
of the Rev. . . . Thomas of 
Everton, D.D. 



marr. on Saturday, 16 April 1808; 
died in Tasmania 13 November 
i«73- 



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John Cole, Deputy= 
Register in Chancery 
(3rd son of John Cole 
of St. Peter-le-Poer, Lon- 
don, gent, by Dorothy 
his wife, dau. and coheir 
of Augustin Rayley, 
Citizen of Norwich) ; 
died 3 January 175°. 



=Martha, born at 
Jiuckenham House, 
CO. Norfolk, 17 No- 
vember 1717 ; marr. 
in 1739 ; mentioned 
in wills of her father 
3 August 1728, and 
her mother 19 Jan- 
uary 1757 ; (?) died 
in September 1769. 



John Partridge, Clerk to the Stationers' 
Company ; born at Buckenham House 1 7 
October 17 19; mentioned in his father's 
will 3 August 1728; executor to wills 
of his sister, Catharine Purcas, 9 November 
1773, his brother, Joseph Partridge, 12 No- 
vember 1788, and his sister, Sarah Partridge, 
7 December 1790; died at Croydon, co. 
Surrey, on Monday, 27 February 1809, bur. 
there. M.I. 



John Caspar Vancouver,=Martha, marr. in 1786; executrix to will of her uncle, Joseph 
living 23 April 1807. Partridge, 12 November 1788; died at Llangennech Park, co. 

Carmarthen, 23 April 1807. 



Joseph Fry of Fairkytes, in Hornchurch, co. Essex=j=Alice, marr. at St. Pleasance, marr. 



(3rd son of Joseph Fry of Plashet House, co. 
Essex, by Elizabeth Gumey his wife) ; born at 
Plashet House 20 September 1809 ; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Essex, High Steward of the liberty 
of Havering-atte-Bower, co. Essex ; co-founder 
with his brother, John Gumey Fry, of the 
Metropolitan Free Hospital, Chairman of the 
Metropolitan Drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough 
Association, on the council of the Hospital .Sunday 
Fund and the Young Men's Christian Association ; 
died at Pairkytes, Hornchurch, on Christmas Day, 
25 December 1896, bur. at Hornchurch. M.I. Will 
proved 15 February 1897, by his sons, \Valter Joseph 
and Frederick William Fry. /\ 



Margaret's, Lynn, Frederick Ingle. 
CO. Norfolk, on 
Wednesday, i Jan- 
uary 1834; died at 
Southend, co. Essex, 
aged 69, on Tuesday, 
24 September 1878, 
bur. at Hornchurch. 
M.I. Administration 
granted 21 Novemloer 
1878, to her husband. 



John Thurston Mott of Barningham=j=Sophia, born 1 7 August ("harles Robert Partridge, 



Hall, CO. Norfolk (eldest son of 
Thomas Vertue Molt of Barningham 
Hall) ; of Magdalen College, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 March 1803, aged 18, 
M.A. 5 July 1805 ; High Sheriff for 
CO. Norfolk ; died at Barningham, 
aged 62, 12 September 1847. 



1788; marr. at Cromer, born 11 March 1791 ; died 

CO. Norfolk, on Monday, at Bath, co. Somerset, aged 

II April 1808; died at 8, 5 February 1800, bur. 

her residence. Tomb- at Bathford, co. Somerset, 

land, Norwich, aged 70, M.I. 
on Tuesday, 22 February 
1859. 



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Rev. Samuel Knight (son of the Ven"^ Samuel Knight, D.D.,=T=Elizabeth, born 30 October 



Archdeacon of Berks [see " Dic/ionary of National Biography" 
Vol. XXXI., page 261], by Hannah his wife, dau. of Talbot 
Pepys) ; Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1738, M.A. 
1742; Vicar of Fulham, co. Middlesex, 24 December 1750 to 
1757, and Rector from 15 February 175^ to 1790, Rector of 
Stanwick, co. Northampton, 1763, and of Milton, co. Cambridge; 
died at Cambridge, aged 70, 6 January 1790. 



1721 ; mentioned in her 
father's will 3 August 1728; 
marr. in 1750; died, aged 32, 
II July 1754, bur. at West 
Tofts, CO. Norfolk. M.I. 



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William Purcas of the Six Clerks Office ; of the= 
Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law 6 February 
i74y; appointed one of the Six Clerks in 
Chancery 22 February 175^; died 2 January 
1766, bur. at Ley ton, co. Essex. Will dated 
16 March 1765, proved 20 January 1766 (P.C.C. 
29 Tyndall). 



=Catharine, born 22 March 172^; marr. in 
1 75 1, marriage settlements dated 20 Sep- 
tember 1 751; mentioned in wills of her 
father 3 August 1728, and her mother 
19 January 1757; died in 1773, bur. at 
Leyton. Will dated 16 March 1766, 
proved 9 November 1773 (P.C.C. 443 
Sieve f is). 



Rev. John Anthony Partridge, Rector of Bodham, co.= 
Norfolk; born at Bedford Row, London, 2 May 1794; 
mentioned in his father's will 20 May 1801 ; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 14 January 1813, aged 18, 
B.A. 1817, M.A. 1820; Rector of Cranwich and Vicar 
of Methwold, co. Norfolk, 25 May 1818 to 1833, Rector of 
Town Barningham, co. Norfolk, 29 July 1819 to 1832, 
of East Wretham, co. Norfolk, 19 October 1831 to 1833, 
of Malpas, co. Chester, 16 February 1833 to 1840, of 
Baconsthorpe, co. Norfolk, 21 February 1840, and of Bodham 
10 April 1840, Rural Dean of Ingworth 1842; died at the 
Rectory, Baconsthorpe, on Wednesday, 27 February 1861. 



=Louisa Isabella Drake, dau. 
of Thomas Tyrwhitt-Drake, 
of Shardeloes, co. Bucking- 
ham, LL.D., by Anne his 
wife, dau. and coheir of the 
Rev. William Wickham of 
Garsington, co. Oxford ; marr. 
18 May 1826; died at the 
Rectory, Baconsthorpe, on 
Wednesday, 7 April 1858. 



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Packe. 

Vol. 7, p. 165.] 




Pedigree of Packe. 

(Sir) Christopher Packe of Cotes, co.=j=Anne Edmonds, 
Leicester, Lord Mayor of London 1654 dau. of Simon 
(son of Thomas Packe of Kettering, co. Edmonds, Lord 
Northampton, by Catherine his wife) ; Mayor of Lon- 
Alderman of Cripplegate Ward 4 October don 165 1, by 

1647, Master of the Drapers' Company Mary his wife, 

1648, Sheriff 1649, Governor of the dau. of Lhomas 
Company of Merchant Adventurers, Lord Bootlibyof Lon- 
Mayor 29 October 1654; knighted at don, esquire 
Whitehall by the Protector 20 September bur. 16 De- 
1655; a Commissioner of Admiralty 31 cember 1658. 
October 1655, M.P. for the City of 2nd wife. 
London 17 September 1656, and mover 
of the Petition and Advice by which the 
crown was offered to Cromwell, a Member 
of Cromwell's House of Lords 1658, 
disqualified by resolution of Parliament 
from holding office r August 1660; died, 
aged 89, 27 May 1682, bur. at Prestwold, 
CO. Leicester. M.L ^\^ill dated 10 
November 1681, proved 26 June 1682 
(P.C.C. 74 Cottle). Portrait at Stretton 

Hall by Cornelius Janssens, in the possession of the Rev. William James 
Packe. {See "Dictionary of National Biography,''' Vol. XLIII., page 28.) 
He marr. istly Jane, dau. of Thomas Newman of Newbury, co. Berks, by 
Ann his wife, dau. of John Kendrick, Mayor of Reading 1580; and 3rdly 
Elizabeth, dau. of William Elkes of Enborne, co. Berks ; marriage licence 
(Vicar General) dated 4 May i66g, then aged 60; died before 10 November 
1 68 1, bur. at Prestwold. 



Christopher Packe of Prestwold, esquire ;= 
of the Middle Temple, admitted 9 July 
1658, called to the Bar 25 November 1664; 
aged 23, 19 April 1665; executor to his 
father's will 26 June 1682; died, aged 56, 
8 September, bur. at Prestwold 17 September 
1699. M.L Portrait at Stretton Hall by 
Sir Peter Lely, in the possession of the 
Rev. Williafn James Packe. 



=Jane Clifton, dau. of Sir Gervase Clifton of 
Clifton, CO. Nottingham, knight and baronet, 
by Jane his 6th wife, dau. ot Gervase Eyre of 
Rempstone, co. Nottingham ; marr. at Clifton 
17 August 1665, marriage settlements dated 
14 April, marriage licence (Vicar General) 
dated 19 April 1665, then aged 18; died, 
aged 40, 13 January, bur. at Prestwold 23 
January 168;'^. 



Clifton Packe of= 
Prestwold ; died 
while High Sheriff, 
aged 33, 9 June, 
bur. at Prestwold 
12 June 1707. 
M.L 



=Penelope Bate, dau. and coheir of Edward Bate of Maids Moreton, 
CO. Buckingham, esquire, by Penelope his wife, dau. of Robert Lovet of 
Liscombe, co. Buckingham, esquire; marr. at Maids Moreton in 1698. 
Will dated 2 March 173!, I""f>ved 14 x\ugust 1734 (P.C.C. 186 Ockham). 
She marr. 2ndly at Gray's Inn Chapel, London, 12 February l^\'^, 
Hon^'^ James Pendlebury, Colonel Royal Artillery, Master Gunner of 
E^ngland, Sub-Governor of Tower of London, who died, aged 72, 15 
November 1731. Will dated 8 June 1726, proved 22 December 1731 
(P.C.C. 313 Is ham). 



Richard, Lord ^Villoughby de Broke ; of New College, Oxford,= 
matriculated 30 August 171 1; succeeded his father as 13th 
Baron 26 December 1728; died 11 August 1752. He marr. 
zndly Elizabeth, dau. of Nathaniel \Mlliams of Newport, co. 
Monmouth. 

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= Penelope, bapt. at Prestwold 
14 September 1699; died 
31 August, bur. at Prestwold 
II September 17 18. M.I. 
at Maids Moreton. 



Thomas Wilson of Key-= 
thorpe, in the parish of 
Tugby, CO. Leicester, and 
of London, merchant ; 
aged 24, 21 February 
166^; mentioned in his 
father-in-law's will 10 
November 1681 ; died, 
aged 63, 15 January, bur. 
18 January \^^. /\ 



=Anne, marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 21 February 166°, 
then aged 18; mentioned in 
her father's will 10 November 
168 1 ; renounced administra- 
tion to her brother, Simon 
Packe, 4 July 1701; died, aged 
80, 22 December, bur. at Tugby 
26 December 1722. 



George Pochin= 
of Barkby, co. 
Leicester; men- 
tioned in his 
father-in-law's 
will 10 Novem- 
ber 1681 ; died 
s.p. in 1707. 



=Mary, mentioned 
in her father's 
will 10 November 
I 681; renounced 
administration to 
her brother, Simon 
Packe, 4 July 
1701. 



Charles Packe of Prestwold, co. Leicester, esquire ;=Penelope Jenkinson, dau. of Paul 



bapt. at Prestwold 2 October 1676; administrator to 
his uncle, Simon Packe, 4 July 1701 ; died, aged 74, 
31 March, bur. at Prestwold 5 April 175 1. M.L Will 
dated 28 October 1748, proved 15 April 1751 (P.C.C. 
1 19 Busby). 



Jenkinson of Hodseek, co. Not- 
tingham, gent ; marr. at Clifton, co. 
Nottingham, 12 February 172^ ; died 
15 November, bur. at Prestwold 
18 November 1747. M.L 



Charles Packe of= 
Prestwold ; bapt. at 
Prestwold 24 Sep- 
tember 1 701; died, 
aged 34, I August, 
bur. at Prestwold 
5 August 1735. 
M.L 



=Rebecca Harvey, dau. of John 
Harvey of Old Buckenham, co. 
Norfolk, esquire, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Sir James Houblon of 
St. Peter-le-Poer, London, knight ; 
died, aged 59, 23 May 1762, bur. at 
St. Giles', Norwich. M.L She marr. 
2ndly Sir Thomas Churchman, 
knight, Alderman of Norwich. 



Francis Stratford= 
of Merevale Hall, 
CO. Warwick ; 
executor to will 
of Charles Packe 
15 April 1751. 



=Anne, baptised 
privately 26 Sep- 
tember, and re- 
ceived into the 
church 8 Octo- 
ber 1702; living 
15 April 1 75 1. 



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Charlotte Pochin, dau.= 
of Thomas Pochin of 
Barkby Hall, esquire, 
by Charlotte his ist 
wife, dau. and heir of 
Sir Edward Hussey of 
Gaythorpe, co. Lincoln, 
baronet ; marr. 6 Oc- 
tober 1750; bur. 30 
April 1772. ist wife. 



=Charles James Packe of= 
Prestwold ; bapt. at Prest- 
wold II December 1726, 
and received into the church 
3 May 1727; High Sheriff 
for CO. Leicester 1765 ; died 
at Prestwold, aged 90, 20 
October 18 16 {Gent !s Mag., 
Vol. 86, part ii., page 468). 



Catharine Clifton, 
dau. of Robert 
Clifton. 2nd wife. 



Elizabeth Rebecca 
Packe of Dunston, 
CO. Norfolk ; died 
30 July 1778. 



Rebecca Packe, born 
at Prestwold 31 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 22 
January 1752. 



William Hanbury of Kelmarsh, co.= 
Norlhamplon, and of Shobdon 
Court, CO. Hereford ; died at 
Shobdon 16 November 1809. 

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Charlotte, born at Prestwold 19 
June, bapt. there 20 June 1755; 
marr. 24 October 1775. 



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Lieut.-Colonel Simon Packe of St. Martin's-in the-Ficlds, Westminster; born 31 December 
1654; Captain in Sir Henry Goodrick's Regiment of Foot 26 February 167I; as Captain 
in the Duke of Berwick's Regiment, he, with five other officers, was broken for refusing to 
admit Irish recruits in November 1687 ; served as Lieut.-Colonel in Princess Anne's Regiment 
at the Battle of the Boyne and second Siege of Limerick ; died, aged 48, 2 April, bur. at 
Prestwold, co. Leicester, 11 April 1701. Administration granted 4 July 1701 (P.C.C.) 



Anne Packe, mentioned Robert Clifton, son of Robert=f=Frances, mentioned 



in will of her grand- Clifton of Clifton, co. Not 

father. Sir Christopher tingham, esquire, by Sarah 

Packe, 10 November his wife, dau. of Nathaniel 

1 68 1. Parker of Woodhurst, co. 

Essex, esquire, and brother 

of Sir Gervase CHfton, 4th 

baronet. /|\ 



m will of her 
grandfather, Sir 
Christopher Packe, 
10 November 1681. 



Arabella Packe, 
died before 10 
November 1681. 



Lieut.-Colonel Charles James Packe of= 
Prestwold Hall ; born at Prestwold Hall 
29 January 1758, and bapt. there privately the 
next day (baptism registered at Prestwold) ; 
of Exeter- College, Oxford, matriculated 29 
March 1776, aged 18; J.P. and D.L. for 
CO. Leicester, High Sheriff 1822; Lieut.- 
Colonel Leicestershire Militia ; died at 
Prestwold Hall i March, bur. at Prestwold 
10 March 1837. Will dated 16 February 1835, 
proved 24 April 1837, by his sons, Charles 
William and George Hussey Packe, two 
of the executors (P.C.C. 307 Norwich). 



=Penelope Dugdale, eldest Clifton Christopher 
dau. of Richard Geast Packe, born and 
Dugdale of Blythe Hall, bapt. at Prestwold 
and of Merevale Hall, co, 19 January 1759, 
Warwick, by Penelope and died the next 
Bate his wife, eldest dau. day. 
and coheir of Francis 
Stratford of Merevale 
Hall ; marr. at Sturstock, 
CO. Warwick, 23 November 
1791 ; died 17 June, bur. 
at Prestwold 25 June 1841. 



As 



{For issue see " Vistiaiioti of England and JVaks," 
Vol. VII., page 165.) 



Robert Andrews of=j=Frances, bapt. at Prestwold 8 August 1775; marr. 16 May 1799; died, 



Harlestone Park, 
CO. Northampton. 



aged 25, 13 October 1800, bur. at Prestwold. M.L 



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13S 



Sir Thomas Bellot of Moreton, co. Chester, baronet; born 22 October= 
1651 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 11 July 1668; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 20 March 167^; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 
14 July 1674; M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyme 6 February 167I to 1681, 
and again in i6|^ and 1698. Administration granted at Chester in 1699. 



=Susanna, marriage 
licence dated Feb- 
ruary 167I; died 
before 4 July 1701. 



Rev. Thomas Whalley, Rector of Ecton,=Catherine Maria, 

CO. Northampton, 21 June 1802 (son bapt. 13 July 

of the Rev. John Whalley, Rector of 

Ecton) ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, 

matriculated 10 April 1793, aged 17, 

B.A. 1797, M.A. 1799; died at Ecton 

27 June 1830. 



1776; marr. 25 
October 1803. 



Philip Hamond of=j=Anne, bapt. 



Westacre, co. Nor 
folk ; died at West- 
acre High House, 
aged 42, 22 July 
1824. /^ 



19 February 
1778; marr. 
I March 
1803. 



Clifton Packe, bapt. 18 September 1779; 
died in 1780. 

Robert Christopher Packe, born in 
1783 ; Major Royal Horse Guards Blue ; 
killed at the head of his squadron while 
charging the French Imperial Guard 
at Waterloo 18 June 18 15. M.I. at 
Prestwold. 



Lieut. -Colonel Henry Packe=f=Eliza Isham, dau. of 



of Twyford Hall, co. Norfolk ; 
born at Bath, co. Somerset, 
in 1786, bapt. at Walcot, 
CO. Somerset ; Captain and 
Lieut. -Colonel Grenadier 
Guards 8 April 1813; died, 
aged 73, 21 September 1859. 



the Rev. Vere Isham 
of Lamport, co. North- 
ampton, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of John 
Chambers ; marr. at 
Lamport i o December 



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m... 



Packe. 

[Vol. 7, p. 165.] 




Cojifirmation of Arms granted 
to Christopher and Simon 
Packe, i68j. 



To All and Singular to whom these 
Presents shall come, S"" William Dugdale 
Kn' Garter Principal King of Arms and 
S'' Henry S' George Kn"^ Clarenceux King 
of Armes send Greeting. Whereas y'' R' 
Hon*^'^ Rob' Earl of Ailesbury Deputy 
Earl Marshall of England and one of y^ 
Lords of His Maj'^ most Honourable 
Privy Councill hath by Warrant or Order 
under his hand & the Seal of y^ Earl 
Marshalls Ofifice bearing date the 23'' day 
of this instant July Signified unto Us That 
Christopher Packe of Prestwold in Coni 
Leic"" Esq"" One of His Majesties Justices 
of the Peace for the said County, and Simon Packe Gentt younger 
brother to the said Christopher, the Sons of Christopher Packe late 
of Cotes in the foresaid County sometime Lord Mayor of y*^ Citty of 
London, had made application to him y^ s'^ Deputy Earl Marshall for 
his Consent, That the Arms granted to their said Father by S"" Edvv^ 
Bysshe Kn' late Clarenceux King of Arms, sometime after his 
Ma''*^^ most happy Restoration, viz' Quarterly, Sable and Or, in the 
first quarter a Cinqfoil Ermine, And for the Crest A Lions head 
erased Or, gorged with a Collar Sable, and thereon 3 Cinqfoils 
Ermine (The Patent thereof being lost or burnt in the Fire of 
London) might be allowed and confirm'd unto them and other 
y^ issue and Descend'^ of the said Cfir their Father; Whereupon 
the said Deputy Earl-Marshall having considered the said Request 
togeth"" w'*> the Loyalty and Merit of the said two Brothers, did 
Signifie unto Us his consent for Our allowing and Confirming y^ 
said Armes and Crest accordingly. Know ye therefore that We the 
said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Armes in pursuance of the 
Consent of the said Deputy Earl Marshall, and by authority of 
the Kings Letters Patents to each of us respectively granted under 
the Great Seal of England, have allowed and confirmed and do 
by these presents allow & Confirm unto the said Christopher and 
Simon Packe and the heirs and Descendents of their bodies, 
and of the body of Christopher their father lawfully begotten the 
Armes and Crest beforemention'd as y^ same are in the margin 
hereof depicted. To Be borne and used by them and every of 
them with their due and respective differences, at all times and 
upon all occasions according to the Law and due practice of Arms 
without the Lett Interruption dispute or contradiction of any person 
whatsoever. In Witnes whereof We the said Garter and Clarenceux 
have hereunto Subscribed Our Names and affixed the Seals of Our 
respective Offices this 26'^ day of July in y« 35'^ year of the reigne 
of Our Sovereigne Lord Charles the Second by the Grace of God 
King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland Defender of the 
Faith etc^ Annoq Dni M. D.C. LXXX.iii°. 



Wiftm Dugdale 
Garter. 



Hen: S' George, 
Clarenceux. 



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Pedigree of Heathcote. 



Heathcote 

[Vol. 8, p. I.] 




George Heathcote of Loades,=j=Agnes Senior, sister of Richard Senior of Bridge- 
town, in Darley, co. Derby; administratrix to 
her husband 6 November 1601 ; bur. at 
Brampton. Will dated 9 September 1609, 
proved at Lichfield 4 May 16 10. 



in Brampton, co. Derby, 
yeoman. Administration was 
granted at Lichfield 6 No- 
vember 1 601. 



George Heathcote of Cutthorpe Hall, in=T=Dorothy, died 
Brampton, yeoman. Will dated 20 April before 20 April 
1625, proved 13 October 1628, by George 1625, bur. at 
Heathcote, son, the sole executor (P.C.C. Brampton. 
89 Barri?igto7i). J^^ 



Godfrey Heathcote, 
living 9 September 
1609. 



Gilbert Heathcote of Chesterfield, co.= 
Derby, yeoman ; mentioned in wills of 
his mother 9 September 1609, and his 
brother, George Heathcote, 20 April 1625. 
Will dated 20 October 1634, proved 
10 January 163I (P.C.C. 6 Sadler). 



=ElizabethOwtrem, Dorothy Heath- Catharine Heath- 
executrix to her cote, executrix cote, executrix 
husband's will 10 to her mother's to her mother's 
January 163!. will 4 May 16 10. will 4 May 16 10. 



Gilbert Heathcote of Chesterfield, gent ; bapt. at Chesterfield 24 August=|=Anne 

1625; Mayor of Chesterfield; mentioned in his father's will 20 October 

1634; died, aged 64, 24 April 1690, 

bur. at Chesterfield. M.L Will y'] /r J / 

dated 24 September 1688, proved Lr^i'rkBuL -rit^^J ^-^ r^ 

at Lichfield in 1690. Portrait 1 ^'^^ ' ' O 

formerly at Hursley, co. Hants. ^r 



Dickons, dau. of 
George Dickons of 
Chesterfield ; died at 
Low Leyton, co. Essex, 
aged 75, 29 November 
1705, bur. at Chester- 
field. M.L 

B 



Sir Gilbert Heathcote of Normanton, co. Rutland, knight and baronet; born=p=Hester Rayner, 



2 January, bapt. at Chesterfield 8 January 165^; of St. Swithin's Lane, London, 
Citizen and Vintner, trading as a merchant with Jamaica and the East Indies ; 
a Founder and Director of the Bank of England 1694, Governor 1708; 

President of St. Thomas' Hospital ; Colonel of the 
Artillery Company; M.P. for London i February 
170^ to 21 September 17 10, Helston 27 January 
171I to 172^ Lymington 27 October 1722-27, 
and St. Germans 23 August 1727 ; Alderman of 
Walbrook 1702, knighted at the Guildhall 29 
October 1702, Sheriff of London 1703, Lord 
Mayor 17 10; executor to will of his brother, John 
Heathcote, 18 April 1711; created a baronet 
17 January 173I; died at St. Swithin's Lane, 
London, 25 January 173I, bur. at Normanton. 
M.L Will dated 8 August 1732, proved 8 Feb- 
ruary 173I, by Sir John Heathcote, son, the sole 
executor (P.C.C. 45 Price). {See 
^^ Dictionary of Natiofial Biography, ^^ 
Vol. XXV., page 331) Portraits {by 
Michael Dahl) in the Directors' Court 
Room of the Bank of England, and 
{in .civic robes) in Court Room of 
St. Thomas' Hospital, London. 




dau. and heir 
of Christopher 
Rayner of Lon- 
don, merchant ; 
marriage licence 
(Faculty Ofiice) 
dated 30 May 
1682 ; died, aged 
56, 27 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Low 
Leyton, CO. Essex, 
6 October 17 14. 
Portrait formerly 
at Hursley. 




J/luM/^i^ 




Heathcote impaling 
Rayner. 



141 



Rev. Peter Watkinson, Vicar of=Elizabeth, married 
Wirksworth, co. Derby ; Rector of at Chesterfield, co. 
Kirk Ireton, co. Derby, 1647; Derby, 30 December 
mentioned in his father-in-law's will 1630; living 20 Oc- 
20 October 1634; living in 1682. tober 1634. 



Alice, living 
20 October 
1634; marr. 
. . . Harding. 



Dorothy Heath- 
cote, living 20 
October 1634. 



Frances Heathcote, 
bapt. at Chesterfield 
3 December 1615; 
living 20 October 
1634. 



Ann Heathcote, bapt. 
at Chesterfield 8 No- 
vember 1617 ; living 
20 October 1634. 



Helen Heathcote, 
bapt. at Chesterfield 
22 July 1619; bur. 
there 28 May 1625. 



Rosamund Heathcote, 
bapt. at Chesterfield 
5 December 1620; 
living 20 October 
1634. 



John Heathcote of 
Jamaica, merchant; born 
at Chesterfield 12 De- 
cember 1653; executor 
to will of his brother, 
Josiah Heathcote, 5 De- 
cember 1706; died at 
St. Swithin's Lane, Lon- 
don, 17 March 17 if. 
Will dated 30 September 
1709, proved 18 April 
171 1 {F.C.C. S^Youf/g). 



Samuel Heathcote of Clapton= 
House, Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
merchant ; born at Chesterfield 
21 January 165I; Director of 
the East India Company and 
of the Eastland Company ; 
D.L. for the Tower Hamlets ; 
died at Clapton, co. Middlesex, 
13 November, bur. at Hackney 
20 November 1708. Will dated 29 
May 1707, proved 2 
December 1708 (P.C.C. 
285 Barrel). Portrait 
by Dowdett^ formerly at 
Hursley^ co. Hafits. 



Qj%Pi:Jhla/6(ai£y 




Mary Dawsonne, dau. of 
William Dawsonne of Hackney, 
Treasurer of Excise, by Eliza- 
beth (Newstead) his wife ; born 
19 August 1670; marr. at St. 
Leonard's, Shoreditch, co. 
Middlesex, 22 January 169^; 
died 10 February, bur. at 
Hackney 15 February ^iW- 
Will dated 24 November 17 19, 

proved 5 May 1720 

(P.C.C. 107 Shatter). 
Portrait by Dowdett, 
formerly at Hursley. 



Heathcote impaling 
Dawsonne. 



{For issue see page I4g.) 



Sir Jacob Jacobsen of the Steel Yard, London, knight,=j=Anne, born in 1683; executrix to her 



Director of the South Sea Company; knighted 10 
February 171I; died at Walthamstow, co. Essex, 
12 July 1735. ^^^^1' dated 21 January 173!, proved 
6 August 1735 (P-CC. 172 Ducie). 



husband's will 6 August 1735; ^i^d 
at Walthamstow 29 August 1737. 
Will dated 17 December 1735, proved 
7 September 1737 (P.C.C. 207 Wake). 



As 



142 



Elizabeth Heathcote, Josiah Heathcote of Hampstead, co. Middlesex,=j=Catharine, living 30 



born 20 March 16^^; and of St. Swithin's Lane, London, merchant; 
bur. at Chesterfield, born at Chesterfield 24 June 1660; died in St. 
CO. Derby, 13 Sep- Swithin's Lane, London, 24 November 1706. 
tember 1658. M.L Will dated 21 August 1705, proved 5 December 
1706 (P.C.C. 257 Eedes). 



George Heathcote of Walcot, in Bath, co. Somerset ; born in=y=Maria 
the parish of St. Andrew's, Isle of Jamaica, 7 December 1700; Eyles 
of Clare Hall, Cambridge ; M.P. for Hindon 16 August 
1727 to 1734, Southwark 6 June 1734 to 1741, and 
for London 13 May 1741 to 1747 ; F.R.S. 1728; Lord 
Mayor of London June to November 1742; died 
7 June 1768, bur. in St. John's Church, Devizes, co. 
Wilts. M.L Will dated 18 December 1750, proved 
13 June 1768 (P.C.C. 245 Seeker). Portrait by Dahl, 
formerly at Hursley, co. Hants. 



U.t^ ; ^/€^^^ 




September 1709. She 
marr. istly Thomas 
Barrett of Jamaica, 
merchant. 



Eyles, dau. of John 
of South Broom 
House, CO. Wilts, 
by Mary (Eyles) 
his wife ; born 
12 June 1706; 
died 5 January 
1792, bur. at 
Devizes. M.L 



Heathcote impaling 
Eyles. 



George Heath- Rev. Thomas Sedgwick Whalley of Mendip Lodge, co.= 
cote, born 28 Somerset, D.D. (3rd son of John Whalley, D.D., Master 
February 1 7 2y; of Peterhouse, Cambridge) ; born at Cambridge in 1746 ; 
died in 1727. of St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 
27 April 1763, aged 18, B.A. 1767, M.A. 1774, D.D. 
(Edinburgh) 1808; Rector of Hagworthingham, co. 
Lincoln, 1772, Prebendary of Wells 22 August 1777 ; 
author of " Edwy and Edilda," and other 
poems ; died at La Flbche, France, 3 Sep- 
tember 1828, bur. there. M.L He marr. 
istly Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Edward 
Jones of Langton Court, co. Somerset, and 
3rdly the widow of General Charles Horneck. 
{See " Dictionary of National Biography^'' 
Vol. LX., page 400.) 



=Augusta Utica, born 
23 September 1742 ; 
marr. in May 1803 ; 
died at South Broom, 
CO. Wilts, 1 1 October 
1807. 2nd wife. 




Whalley impaling 
Heathcote. 



Maria Heathcote, born 
3 June 1744 ; died in 
1747- 



Josiah Eyles Heathcote of South Broom House ; born at 
Walcot 14 November 1748; died 22 August i8ii, bur. at 
Devizes. M.L 



Frances Heathcote of St. Swithin's, London; born in 1685; died Gilbert Heathcote, 

24 December, bur. at Leyton, co. Essex, 31 December 1731. \\\\\ born and died in 

with four codicils dated 28 March 1728 to 2 December 1730, proved 1687. 
3 January 1737^, by John Heathcote, brother (P.C.C. 13 Bedford). 



143 



William Heathcote of 
London, merchant ; 
bom 'at Chesterfield, 
CO. Derby, in 1662; 
executor to wills of 
his brothers, Josiah 
Heathcote, 5 Decem- 
ber 1706, and John 
Heathcote 18 April 
1 7 1 1 ; died 2 2 May 
1 7 19, bur. at Ley ton, 
CO. Essex. Will dated 
25 April 1 7 19, proved 
2 June 1719 (P.C.C. 
107 Browning). 



Caleb Heathcote of Heathcote Hill, in= 
Westchester County, Colony of New York ; 
Commander of the Militia of Westchester 
County and Judge of the Court of Common 
Pleas, Mayor of Westchester and of New 
York 1711-14, Survey-General of the Customs 
of the Northern Districts and Judge of the 
Admiralty Court of New York, Jersey and 
Connecticut; died at New York 28 February 
i72y. Will dated 29 February 17^^, proved 
at New York 19 April 1721. 



=Martha Smith, dau. of 
Colonel William Smith 
of Long Island, North 
America, sometime 
Governor of Tangier ; 
born at Tangier 14 Sep- 
tember 1681 ; marr. 
before 16 July 1702; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will 19 April 
1 72 1. Will dated 13 
August 1736. 




Gilbert Heathcote of 
the Colony of New 
York ; born in 1707; 
died in England in 
1727. Administration 
granted 10 July 1731, 
to his mother (P.C.C.) 



William Heathcote of New 
York ; mentioned in will 
of his uncle, John Heath- 
cote, 30 September 1709. 
Administration granted 8 
January 1 7 25, to his mother 
(P.C.C.) 



Elizabeth Heathcote 
of New York. Ad- 
ministratration was 
granted 6 February 
173!, to her mother 
(P.C.C.) 



Mary Heathcote of 
New York. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted 10 July 
1 731, to her mother 
(P.C.C.) 



Sir John Heathcote of Normanton, co. Rutland,= 
baronet; M.P. for Grantham i February 1714 to 
March 172^7, and for Bodmin 28 November 1727 
to April 1714 ; Director of the East India Company, 
President of St. Thomas' Hospital 1722, a 
Trustee of the British Museum and Vice-President 
of the Foundling Hospital ; succeeded his father 
as 2nd baronet 25 January 173I; died, aged 70, 
5 September 1759, bur. at Normanton. Will with 
four codicils dated 15 June 1758 to 2 May 1759, 
proved 26 January 1760 (P.C.C. 20 Lynch). 



=Bridgct White, dau. of Thomas White 
of Tuxford, CO. Nottingham, Clerk of 
the Ordnance, by Bridget his wife, dau. 
and heir oi Richard Taylor of Walling- 
wells, CO. Nottingham ; marr. 5 August 
1720; died, aged 68, 5 May 1772, bur. 
at Normanton. Will dated 26 March 
1771, with codicil dated 12 September 
1771, proved i June 1772 (P.C.C. 
217 Taverner). 



144 



George Heathcote, born at Chesterfield, 
CO. Derby, in 1668; died in 1698. 



Thomas Heathcote, died in infancy, 
bur. at Chesterfield. M.I. 



James de Lancy, Chief= 
Justice and Lieut.- 
Governor of New 
York ; born ini 7 o 2 ; 
died in 1760. 



Anne, married in 1729; 
died in 1779. 




De Lancy impaling 
Heathcote. 



Martha, married in 1736, Lewis 
Johnstone of Perth Amboy, New 
Jersey, M.D. ; born in 1704; died 
in 1774. 



A 



Henry Heathcote, 
born in 1697 ; 
died 27 October 
1727. 



William Sloane of South Stoneham, co. Hants; F.R.S.=Hester, born 
1722; died in Bloomsbury Square, London, 18 February in 1699; died 
1767. Will proved 21 February 1767 (P.C.C. 73 Legard). 22 July 1732. 
He marr. istly . . . dau. of Dacres Leonard Barret of 2nd wife. 
Belhous, in Aveley, co. Essex, and 3rdly Elizabeth, dau. 
of John Fuller of Rose Hill, co. Sussex. 



Lady Margaret Yorke, dau.= 
of Philip, ist Earl of 
Hardwicke, by Margaret his 
wife, dau. of Charles Cocks 
of Worcester ; marr. 2 2 
June 1749; died, aged 38, 
10 August 1769, bur. at 
Normanton, co. Rutland. 
M.L I St wife. 



=Sir Gilbert Heathcote of Normanton,= 
baronet ; succeeded his father as 
3rd baronet 5 September 1759; 
M.P. for Shaftesbury 27 March 
1 76 1 to 1768 ; High Sheriff 
for CO. Rutland 1771-72; died at 
North End, co. Middlesex, 2 No- 
vember 1785. Will with six codicils 
dated 22 July 1774 to 11 June 
1783, proved 21 February 1786 
(P.C.C. 96 Norfolk). 



145 



=Elizabeth Hudson, dau. 
of Robert Hudson of 
Teddington, co. Middlesex, 
by Elizabeth his wife; marr. 
at her father's house in the 
parish of St. George-the- 
Martyr, Bloomsbury, co. 
Middlesex, 26 March 1770; 
died at Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 14 July 18 13. 
2nd wife. 



Sigismund Trafford of Dunton Hall,=Elizabeth, marriage settlements dated 9 June 1725, 
in Tydd St. Mary, co. marriage licence (Bishop of London) dated 



Lincoln. Will dated 4 March 
i7|§, proved 19 February 
174-"- (P.C.C. 53 Spurway). 




Trafford impaling 
Heathcote. 



10 June 1725, then aged 20; executrix to 
her husband's will 19 February i74y; died 
in 1742, bur. at Watlington, co. Norfolk. 



John Heathcote of Conington, co. Huntingdon,=j=Lydia Moyer, dau. and coheir of 
F.R.S. ; M.P. for co. Rutland 29 June 1790 to | Benjamin Moyer of Low Leyton, co. 



1795 ; died in Charles Street, Berkeley 
Square, London, 29 July 1795, ^ur. 
at Chingford, co. Essex. M.I. Will 
dated 21 June 1774, with codicil 
dated 17 July 1781, proved 13 August 
1795 (P-C.C. 508 Newcastle). 




Heathcote impaling 

Mover. /\ 



Essex; marr. 27 October 1764; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 13 August 1795; died 
14 August 1822. 



Katherine Sophia Manners, eldest=j=Sir Gilbert Heathcote, baronet ; born=T=Charlotte Eldon, 



dau. of John Manners of Grantham 
Grange, co. Lincoln, by his wife, 
Louisa, Countess of Dysart (in her 
owTi right), dau. of Lionel, 4th Earl 
of Dysart, K.T. ; born in 1769; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Friday, 16 
August 1793 ; died at 
her house in Grosvenor 
Square, London, aged 
56, on Saturday, 28 May, 
bur. at Normanton, co. 
Rutland, 9 June 1825. 
ist wife. 




Heathcote impaling 
Manners. 



5 October 1773; succeeded his father 
as 4th baronet 2 November 1785; 
M.P. for CO. Lincoln 1 796-1807, 
and for co. Rutland 181 2-184 1 \ 
died at his seat, The Durdans, 
Epsom, CO. Surrey, aged 77, on 

Wednesday, 26 March, 

bur. in the new 
vault at Normanton 
3 April 185 1. Will 
with six codicils dated 
I May 1834 to 21 No- 
vember 1850, proved 
6 May 1851, by Sir 
Gilbert John Heathcote, 
baronet, son, and the 
Rev. William Cooper 
(P.C.C. 386, 51). 



A 



a widow ; married 
on Wednesday, 
10 August 1825 ; 
accidentally burnt 
to death at The 
Durdans, Epsom, 
aged 50, 21 Oc- 
tober, buried at 
Normanton i No- 
vember 1842. 2nd 
wife. 



/K 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales, ^^ 
Vol. 14, page 172.) 



146 



James, Earl of Morton, K.T. ; succeeded his father 

as 15th Earl 4 January 173I; K.T. invested at 

Kensington 10 July 1738; Representative 

Peer for Scotland 12 May 1739 to 1768, 

Lord Clerk Register of Scotland 1760-67, 

President of the Royal Society 1764-68, 

Trustee of the British Museum ; died at 

Chisvvick, co. Middlesex, aged 65, 12 

October 1768. Will dated 2 August 

1766, proved 21 April 1769 (P.C.C. 

135 Bogg). He marr. istly Agatha, 

dau. and heir of James Halyburton of 

Pitcur, CO. Forfar. 




Bridget, marr. at her father's house in 
St. James' Square, Westminster, 31 July 
1755 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 21 April 
1769; died in Lower 
Brook Street, Westminster, 
aged 82, 2 March 1805. 
Will dated i January 1799, 
proved 14 March 1805, 
by the Hon*^'^ John Douglas, 
son (P.C.C. 199 Nelson). 
2nd wife. 



Douglas impaling 
Heathcote. 



A 



John Heathcote, died at the George Robert Heath-= 
Inn, Dartford, co. Kent, after a carriage cote, died in 
accident, aged 27, 7 October 1802. March 1823. 
{See Gent.'s Mag., Vol. 72, pari it., 
page 981.) 



=Elizabeth Searle, dau. of John 
Searle ; marr. at St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields, Westminster, 30 April 
1807; died, at Havre, France, 
aged 25, in December 18 16. 



A 



Hanover Square, 
London, 6 April 
1797. ist wife. 



Field-Marshal Thomas Grosvenor (3rd son of Thomas Grosvenor, by Deborah=Elizabeth, marr. 

his wife, dau. and coheir of Stephen Skynner of Walthamstow, co. Essex, at St. George's, 

and nephew of Richard, ist Earl (jrosvenor) ; born 30 May 1764; admitted 

to Westminster School 29 November 1773; Ensign 3rd Foot Guards 

I October 1779, Lieutenant and (Captain 1784, Captain and Lieut.-Colonel 

1793, Colonel 1796, Major-Gcneral 1802, Lieut. -General 1808, General 1819, 

Field-Marshal 9 November 1846; Colonel 97th Foot 1807-14, and 65th 

Foot 1814-51 ; served in Flanders 1793, Holland 1794, and the Helder 

Expedition 1799 (wounded at the lines of Zuype, present at the battle of 

Alkmaer) ; commanded a brigade in the Copenhagen Expedition of 1807 

(thanks of Parliament) and 2nd in command at the siege of Flushing 1809 ; 

succeeded his father as M.P. for Chester 20 February 1795 to 1826, and for 

Stockbridge 15 June 1826 to 1830; died at Mount Ararat, near Richmond, 

CO. Surrey, 20 January 185 1. Ho marr. 2ndly Anne, dau. of George 

Wilbraham of Delamere House, co. Chester. {Sec '■'Dictionary 0/ National 

Biography" Vol. XXIII.. page 283.) 



147 



t 



Sir Archibald Edinonstone of=Hester, married 
Duntreath, co. Stirling ; born at St. George's, 
at Silver Banks, co. Dum- Hanover Square, 
barton, lo October 1717 ; 28 April 1778; 
M.P. for CO. Dumbarton died at Argyll 
10 December 1761 to 1780, Street, London, 
and 21 July 1790 to 1796, 10 April 1796. 
and for Ayr Burghs 2 Octo- 2nd wife, 
ber 1780 to 1790 ; 
created a baronet 
20 May 1774; 
died at Argyll 
Street, London, 20 
July 1807. He 
marr. istly Susanna 
Mary, dau. of 
Roger Harene of 
Footscray Place, 

CO. Kent. Edmonstone impaling 

Heathcote. 




Sir Robert Hamilton,= 
baronet, Lieut .-General in 
the Army ; Colonel 40th 
Regiment of Foot 20 
March 1770, Colonel 
17 March 1763, Major- 
General 29 September 
1775, Lieut.-General 29 
August 1777; succeeded 
his father as 4th baronet 
in 1 748 ; died in Gros- 
venor Street, London, 10 
August 1786. Will dated 
16 October 1784, with 
codicil dated 6 August 
1786, proved 23 August 
1786 (P.C.C. 436 Norfolk). 
He marr. istly Louisa, 
dau. of William Peere 
Williams. 



=Anne, marr. at 
the house of Sir 
Gilbert Heath- 
cote in Gros- 
venor Square, 
London, 6 Feb- 
ruary 17 78; died 
at Lower Gros- 
venor Street, 
London, aged 
90, 1 1 March 
18 16. 2nd wife. 



Henrietta Heathcote, Maria Heath- Mary, born 13 Henry Courthope=j=Henrietta, born 

died in infancy 14 Sep- cote, bur. at December 1734; Campion of Danny, 21 April 1737; 

tember,bur.atLeyton, Leyton 6 No- marr. at St. Hurstpierpoint, co. marr. in 1768; 

CO. Essex, 21 Sep- vemberi733. George's, Han- Sussex; died, aged died 6 February 

tember 1733. over Square, 77, in July 181 1, bur. 1771, bur. at 

London, 30 No- at Hurstpierpoint. Hurstpierpoint. 

vember 1775, A 

John White. 



148 




Pedigree of Heathcote of Hitrsley, 
CO. Hants. 



Samuel Heathcote of Clapton= 
House, Hackney, co. Middle- 
sex, merchant (son of Gilbert 
Heathcote of Chesterfield, 
CO. Derby, gent, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of George Dickons 
of Chesterfield) ; born at 
Chesterfield 21 January 165^; 
Director of the East India 
Company and of the East- 
land Company; D. L. for 
the Tower Hamlets ; died at 
Clapton, CO. Middlesex, 13 
November, bur. at Hackney 
20 November 1708. Will 
dated 29 May 1707, proved 
2 December 1708 (P.C.C. 
285 Barrett). Portrait by 
Dowdett formerly at Hursley. 

{See page 142.) 



=Mary Dawsonne, daughter 
of William Dawsonne of 
Hackney, Treasurer of 
Excise, by Elizabeth (New- 
stead) his wife; born 19 
August 1670; marr. at 
St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, 
CO. Middlesex, 22 January 
169°; died 10 February, 
bur. at Hackney 15 Feb- 
ruary 17!^^. Will dated 
24 November 1719, proved 
5 May 1720 (P.C.C. 107 
Shaller). Portrait by Dow- 
dett formerly at Hursley. 



Qj%m: 




Heathcote impaling 
Dawsonne. 



Gilbert Heathcote, 
born 19 January, 
bapt. at Hackney 
26 January 169I; 
died at the Crown 
Inn, Worcester, 24 
June 17 10. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted 29 Decem- 
ber 1 7 19, to William 
Heathcote, brother 
(P.C.C.) 



Sir William Heathcote of Hursley, co.= 
Hants, baronet; born at Hackney 15 
March, bapt. there 29 March 1693 ; 
purchased the estate of Hursley November 
1718; M.P. for Buckingham 22 October 
1722 to 1727, and for Southampton 
29 May 1729 to 1741 ; Secretary and 
Registrar of Bankrupts 1723; created a 
baronet 16 August 1733; died 
in London 10 May 1751, bur. at 
Hursley. Will with four codicils 
dated 11 June 1748 to 7 May 
1 75 1, proved i June 1751 
(P.C.C. 176 Busby.) Portrait 
by Sir Godfrey Kneller, formerly 
at Hursley. 




O^^ 




=Lady Elizabeth Parker, dau. 
of Thomas, ist Earl of 
Macclesfield, Lord Chan- 
cellor, by Janet his wife, dau. 
of Charles Carrier of Wirks- 
worth, CO. Derby ; marr. at 
St. Peter-ad-Vincula, in the 
Tower, London, 7 April 1720; 
died in St. James' 
Square, London, 
aged 46, 21 Feb- 
ruary 1747, bur. at 
Hursley. Portrait 
by Sir Godfrey 
Kneller., formerly at 
Hursley. 



1 1 KATHCOTE impaling 
Parker. 



iy^T^c^. 




149 



Samuel Heathcote, 
born 5 May, bapt. 
at Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, 12 May 
1694; bur. there 
15 May 1695. 



Sir William Yonge of Colylon, co. Devon, 4th= 
baronet, K.B. ; M.P. for Honiton 4 February 
lyii to 1754, and for Tiverton 23 April 1754, 
Lord of the 'treasury 1724-27 and 1730-35, and 
of the Admiralty 1728-30, a Knight Founder of 
the Bath 1725, Privy Councillor 6 November 
1735, Secretary of War 1735-41, Joint Vice- 
Treasurer of Ireland 1746-54; died 10 August, 
bur. at Colyton 14 August 1755. ^^^^^ dated 
15 December 1737, proved 23 December 1755 
(P.C.C. 332 Paul). He marr. 2ndly Anne, dau. 
and coheir of Thomas, 7th Lord Howard of 
Effingham. /^ 



=Mary, bapt. at Hackney 
18 June, bapt. there 
2 July 1696 ; marr. at 
Ely Chapel, Holborn, 
London, 30 July 17 16; 
divorced by Act of 
Parliament 1724; died 
in 1766. She marr. 
2ndly in December 
1724, John Marsh, by 
whom she had issue. 



Elizabeth Hinton,: 
dau. of \V'illiam 
Hinton of Hursley, 
CO. Hants ; marr. 
at St. Sepulchre's, 
London, 13 De- 
cember 1742 ; died 
at Bedfont, co. 
Middlesex, aged 25, 
27 December 1749. 
ist wife. 



=Sir Thomas Heathcote of Hursley,^ 
baronet; born 23 July, bapt. at St. Giles'- 
in-the- Fields, London, 20 August 1721 ; 
of Hart Hall, Oxford, matriculated 26 
January 173!; Sheriff for co. 
Hants 1754-55; Colonel Hants 
Militia; F.R.S. 1751, F.S.A. ; 
died 27 June 1787, bur. in 
the mausoleum at Hursley. 
Will dated 26 May 1787, 
proved 25 August 1787 (P.C.C. 
373 Major). 



=Anne Tollett, marr. 30 May 
1754; died at her house in 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, 
aged 65, 7 August 1799. 
Administration was 
granted 28 Novem- 
ber 1799 (P.C.C.) 
2nd wife. 




Heathcote impaling 
Tollett. 



{Fu7- issue see page 136.) 



William Wyndham of Dinton, co. Wilts ;=i=Elizabeth, born 21 October 1744; marr. 
died at Salisbury, co. Wilts, 14 September 3 December 1767, marriage settlements dated 



1786. Will dated 15 July 1783, and re-sealed 
30 May 1786, proved 29 November 1786 
(P.C.C. 596 Norfolk). 



/k 



20 and 21 November 1767; executrix to her 
husband's will 29 November 1786; died at 
Endless Street, Salisbury, 23 June 1809. 



150 



Samuel Heathcote of Portland Street, St. James', 
Westminster ; born 1 1 February, bapt. at 
Hackney 18 February 169I; M.P. for 
Beeralston 22 February lyf^ to June 
1747; died 31 March 1775. Will 
dated 12 October 1772, proved 3 April 
1775 (P.C.C. 141 Alexander). He 
marr. 2ndly Frances. 




Elizabeth Holworthy, dau. of Matthew 
Holworthy of Hackney, co. Middlesex, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John 
Disbrowe ; born 7 August, bapt. 
at Hackney 11 August 1698; 
marr. at Gray's Inn, London, 
3 May 1720; died 6 May 1726. 
I St wife. 



Heathcote impaling 
Holworthy. 



Rev. William Heathcote, born 
10 September 1723; of Hart Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 15 October 
1 741; died 22 December 1748, 
bur. at Hursley, co. Hants. 



Samuel Heathcote of Red House, Hursley ; born 23 
September 1725; died 17 September 1797, bur. at 
Hursley. M.I. Will dated 22 June 1797, proved 
29 November 1797, by Sir William Heathcote and the 
Rev. Thomas Heathcote, nephews (P.C.C. 700 Exeter). 



Sir William Heathcote of Hursley, co. Hants,= 
baronet; born 21 June, bapt. at Bedfont, co. 
Middlesex, 29 June 1746; of Hertford College, 
Oxford, matriculated 22 November 1763, 
created M.A. 12 June 1766; M.P. for co. 
Hants 22 June 1790 to October 1806; died 
at Hursley 26 June 1819. 



=Frances Thorpe, dau. and coheir of John 
Thorpe of Embley, co. Hants, by Frances his 
wife, dau. and coheir of the Rev. Peter 
Hersent ; born 13 October 1742; marr. at 
St. Martin's, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 21 May 
1768; died at Hursley 19 August 1816. 
Portrait by IV. Owen, formerly at Hursley. 



Sir Thomas Freeman-Heathcote of Hursley,==Elizabeth Freeman, dau. and heir of Thomas 
baronet; born 3 September 1769; assumed the Edwards Freeman of Batsford, co. Gloucester, 



additional name of Freeman on his 
marriage; M.P. for Bletchingley 9 May 
1807, and for co. Hants 19 December 
1808 to February 1820; died 27 
February 1825. 



i i I 

i i A 





by Mary his wife, dau. of John 
Curtis of Butcombe, co. Somerset ; 
marr. 27 June 1799; died 16 March 
1808. 



Heathcote impaling 
Freeman. 



151 



Sir Francis Henry Drake of Buckland Monachorum=f=Anne, born 22 March 170^, bapt. at 



and of Nutwell Court, both co. Devon, baronet ; bapt 

at Buckland Monachorum 2 March 169^; 

M.P. for Tavistock i February 171!^ to 1734, 

and for Beeralston i May 1734; succeeded 

his father as 4th baronet in January 171^; 

died, aged 46, 26 January, bur. at Buckland 

Monachorum 15 February 17!^. Will dated 

II April 172 1, proved 11 March 

(P.C.C. 70 Browne). 



T - 3 9 




Hackney, co. Middlesex, 4 April 1702 ; 
marr. there 29 October 
1720, marriage settlements 
dated 27 September 1720; 
bur. at Hackney 5 No- 
vember 1768. Will dated 
20 July 1 75 1, proved 17 
November 1768, by Sophia 
Drake, daughter (P.C.C. 
407 Seeker). 



Drake impaling; 
Heathcote. 



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Thomas, Earl of Macclesfield (her ist cousin) ; born at his grandfather's (the=^ 
Lord Chancellor's) house in Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, 12 December, 
bapt. there 19 December 1723; of Hertford College, Oxford, matriculated 
10 May 1740, M.A. 1743, D.C.L. 7 July 1773; M.P. for Newcastle-under- 
Lyme 3 July 1747 to 1754, for co. Oxford 17 April 1754 to 1761, and for 
Rochester 25 March 1761 to 1764 : F.R.S. ; succeeded his father as 3rd Earl 
17 March 1764; died 9 February 1795, bur. at Shirburn, co. Oxford. Will 
dated 10 January 1795, proved 23 February 1795, by George, Earl of 
Macclesfield, son, the sole executor (P.C.C. 102 Newcastle). 



=Mary, born 29 
December 1726; 
marr. at St. 
James', Westmin- 
ster, 1 2 Decem- 
ber 1749; died at 
Lower Berkeley 
Square, London, 
20 May 181 2. 



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Rev. Thomas Heathcote, Rector of Stone,= 
CO. Kent; born 26 November 1747; of 
Hertford College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 6 June 1764, of New 
College, B.C.L. 1771 ; Rector of 
Stone I January 1772; died 
there 13 July 18 11, bur. in the 
mausoleum at Hursley. M.L at 
Stone. 




=Laetitia Parker, dau. and coheir of Sir Thomas 
Parker, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, by Martha 
his wife, dau. and coheir of Edward 
Strong of Greenwich, co. Kent ; marr. 
20 August 1772 ; died, aged 57, 20 July 
1802, bur. in the mausoleum at Hursley. 
^LL at Stone. 



Heathcote impaling 
Parker. 



Frances Sarah Rev. William Heathcote, bapt. at Romsey,= 

Heathcote, bom co. Hants, 31 August 1772; of Queen's 

in September College, Oxford, matriculated 24 November 

1770 j died in 1790, aged 18, B.A. 1794, M.A. 1797; 

1781. Prebendary of Winchester 1798, Rector of 

Worting, co. Hants, February 1801 ; died 

at Worting 29 March, bur. at Hursley 

3 April 1802. 



=Elizabeth Bigg-Wither, 4th dau. 
of Lovelace Bigg-Wither of Many- 
down, CO. Hants, by Margaret his 
wife, dau. of Brydges Blachford 
of Osborne, Isle of Wight ; born 
21 August 1773; marr. at 
Wootton St. Lawrence, co. 
Hants, II January 1798; died 
at Hursley Park, in her 82nd 
year, on Friday, 23 March, bur. 
at Hursley 29 March 1855. 



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iyFor issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. VIII., page '/). 

152 



Vice-Admiral Francis William Drake- 
of Hillingdon, co. Middlesex (2nd son 
of Sir Francis Henry Drake, by Anne 
Heathcote his wife, see page ij^); born 
T3 June, bapt. 22 August 1724; 
Governor of Newfoundland 
1750-53; died in December 
1787, bur. in the mausoleum 
at Hursley, co. Hants. Will 
dated 11 November 1780, 
proved 21 February 1788 
(P.C.C. 13 Calvert). 




Elizabeth, born 19 October 1730; 
marr. 3 November 1763; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 21 
February 1788; died 16 March 
1797, and buried in 
the mausoleum at 
Hursley. Will dated 
15 March 1794, with 
codicil dated 1 2 March 
1797, proved 27 June 
1797 (P.C.C. 233 
Exeter). 



Drake impaling 
Heathcote. 



Gilbert Heathcote, 
born 25 January 

173! ; di6<i II M^y 

1800, buried in 
the mausoleum at 
Hursley. 



George Heathcote, 
bom at Hursley 
20 January 173I; 
died there 3 1 March 
following. 



A 



George Heathcote of Pimlico, co. Middlesex,=Mary Woodger, marr. at St. George's, 
Commissioner of Taxes; born 12 February 174!; Hanover Square, London, 30 August 1785. 
died 29 June 1789. Will dated 22 April 1788, She marr. 2ndly John Bligh. 
proved 20 July 1789 (P.C.C. 371 Machan). 



Katharine Pickering, =f=Rev. Samuel Heathcote of Bramshaw Hill,^Ann Bullock, dau. of 

Francis Brownsword 
Bullock of Arding- 
ton, CO. Buckingham ; 
died 13 December 
1849, bur. in Bromp- 
ton Churchyard, co. 
Middlesex. 2nd wife. 



dau. of Isaac Picker- 
ing of Foxlease, co. 
Hants; died, aged 34, 
4 May 18 1 5, bur. at 
Hursley. ist wife. 



CO. Hants ; born at Romsey, co. Hants, 1 7 
August 1773; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 November 1792, B.A. 1796, 
M.A. 1799; Rector of Walton-on-the-Hill, co. 
Lancaster, 1843; died at Bramshaw Cottage, 
near Devizes, co. Wilts, 27 November 1846, bur. 
at Hursley. 



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Heathcote impaling 
Pickering and Bullock. 



'53 



. . . Diggle= 
dau. of Wad- 
ham Diggle 
of Yateley, 
CO. Hants. 
I St wife. 



=Rev. Henry Heathcote, Rector 
of VV'alton-on-the-Hill, co. 
Lancaster ; born 4 
March i73f; of 
Exeter College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 
27 May 1752, B.A. 
1756, M.A. 1759; 
died at the Rectory, 
Walton-on-the-Hill, 
16 January 1803. 



^Mary Ellen Statham, dau. 

of William Statham of 
Liverpool ; died, 
aged 53, in 1806. 
2nd wife. 




Jennetta Heathcote, 
born 8 August 1737; 
died at her house 
in Queen Anne 
Street, Westminster, 
1 7 October 1 809, bur. 
in the mausoleum at 
Hursley, co. Hants. 



Heathcote impaling 
Statham. 



Rev. Henry Heathcote, B.D., Rector= 
of Bix, CO. Oxford ; of AVadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated 14 
January 1783, aged 18, B.A. 1786, 
M.A. 1791, B.D. 1802; Rector of 
Bix 4 June 1802; died 2 September 
1822. Administration (with will 
dated 10 December 1S04) granted 
17 December 1822, to Elizabeth 
Heathcote, relict (P.C.C. 639 
Herschell). 



^Elizabeth Master, twin dau. of the 
Rev. Robert Master, D.D., Rector of 
Croston, co. Lancaster, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. and coheir of John 
Whalley of Blackburn, co. Lancaster ; 
born 25 November 1771, bapt. at 
Croston 15 January 1772; marr. at 
Whalley, co. Lancaster, 4 September 
1804; died 31 October 1852, bur. at 
Whalley. (See Pedigree of Master, 
Vol. VI., page 183). 



Mary Heathcote 
of Bath, CO. 
Somerset. 



Rev. George Harper, D.D., Rector of Stepney, co. Middlesex ;=i=Elizabeth, born in 1767; 
of Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 14 January 1779, died at Bath, co. Somerset, 



aged 16, B.A. 1782, M.A. 1785, B.D. and D.D. 1801 ; Rector 
of Stepney 27 May 1801 ; died at Stepney 26 May 1815. 



aged 85, 
1852. 



7 



November 



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Langford Lovell=i=Harriet Hersent, 
of Wendover born in July 



Dean House, 
CO. Buckingham, 
and of Hursley, 
CO. Hants ; died 
at Winchester, CO. 
Hants, aged 77, 
II March 1852. 



1775; marr. 30 
April 1798 ; died 
1 1 November 
1850. 



A 



Admiral Sir Henry Heathcote,= 
knight; born 20 January 1777; 
entered the Navy 3 July 1790, 
Captain 5 February 1798, Rear- 
Admiral 27 May 1825, Vice-Admiral 
10 January 1837, Admiral 9 No- 
vember 1846; knighted 20 July 
18 1 9, at the request of the Persian 
Ambassador ; died at Havre, 
France, 16 August 185 1. {See 
Gent's Mag., Vol. 36, page 430.) 
Portrait by IV. Owen, formerly at 
Hursley. 



=Sara Guscott, dau. 
of Thomas Gus- 
cott, Storekeeper at 
Sheerness Dock- 
yard ; marr. 10 
November 1799 ; 
died at Havre 19 
October 1845. 



A 



154 



Samuel Heath- 
cote, died in 
1826. 



Elizabeth Roughsedge, dau.^Rev. Thomas Henry Heathcote,=Dorothy Tyson, 



of the Rev. Robert 
Hankinson Roughsedge, 
Rector of Liverpool ; died at 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 4 May 
1846, bur. at Leek, co. 
Stafford, ist wife. 



Vicar of Leek ; of Clare 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 181 3, 
M.A. 1816; Vicar of Leek 26 
November 1822 ; died at the 
Vicarage, Leek, aged 76, 
10 September i860. 



dau. of Anthony 
Tyson ; died 
9 July 1878. 
2nd wife. 



Rear- Admiral James Master, R.N. (son of the Rev. Robert Master, D.D.,=j=Jennetta, marr. at 



Rector of Croston, co. Lancaster, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and 
coheir of John Whalley of Blackburn, co. Lancaster) ; born 28 October, 
bapt. at Croston 6 December 1769; admitted to Manchester Grammar 
School 22 January 1780; entered the Royal Navy in 1782, as Lieutenant 
of " La Nymphe," present at the capture of the " Resistance " and 
"Constance" off Brest 9 March 1797, Commander 1802, Captain 8 May 
1804, Rear-Admiral of the Blue 1836; died at Sion Hill, Bath, co. 
Somerset, 19 August, bur. at Walcot Church, Bath, 25 August 1839. M.L 
Will dated 9 August 1839, proved 13 September 1839 (P.C.C. 583 Vaughan). 
{See Pedigree of Master, Vol. VI., page 182.) 



Walton-on-the-Hill, 
CO. Lancaster, 1 5 
March 1802 ; died, 
aged 54, I July 
1828, bur. at Walcot 
Church, Bath. M.L 



A 



Captain Gilbert 
Heathcote, R.N. ; 
born in Decem- 
ber 1779; Captain 
in the Royal Navy 
5 September 1806; 
died 20 April 
1831, bur. at 
Hursley. 



=Anne Lyell, dau. of Charles Lyell of 
Kinnordy, in Kirriemuir, West Forfar- 
shire, by Mary Beale his wife ; marr. 
at All Saints', Southampton, 23 March 
1809, marriage licence (Winchester) 
dated 22 March 1809 ; died at the 
Vicarage, Calne, co. Wilts, aged 69, 
30 April 1854. 




Heathcote impaling 
Lyell. 



Charles Wyndham= 
of Donhead Hall, 
CO. Wilts (6th son 
of William Wynd- 
ham of Dinton, co. 
Wilts, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of 
SirThomas Heath- 
cote of Hursley, 
baronet, see page 
150); died at Don- 
head Hall, aged 
62, 14 March 1846. 



A 



=Maria Frances, 
born in 1787; 
married in 
June 1824 ; 
died suddenly 
at her resi- 
dence, Hamil- 
ton House, 
Southampton, 
aged 73, 9 
August 1859. 



As 



155 



Ven^'^ Jonathan Brooks, Archdeacon of= 
Liverpool ; born in Oldhall Street, Liverpool, 
I September 1775 ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1798, 
M.A. 1802 ; Senior Rector of 
Liverpool 14 November 1829, 
Archdeacon of Liverpool 1848; 
J. P. for CO. Lancaster 7 October 
1829; died at Everton Road, 
Liverpool, 28 September 1855, bur. 
in St. Peter's, Liverpool. {See 
Gent's Mag., Vol. 44, page 543.) 



=Anna Maria. William Statham,=f=Harriet, died at 




Brooks impaling 
Heathcote. 



Town Clerk 
Liverpool. 



of 



the house of the 
Rev. Jonathan 
Brooks, Rector 
of Liverpool, 
aged68,24Sep- 
tember 1844. 



A 



A 



Elizabeth Hinton, dau. of William=i=Sir Thomas Heathcote=T=Anne Tollett. 



Hinton of Hursley, co. Hants, 
ist wife. 



of Hursley, baronet. 



A 

{For issue see page 1^0.) 



2nd wife. 



Anne Sophia Heathcote, 
bapt. 16 July 1757; 
administratrix to her 
mother 28 November 
1799; died 16 December 
1 82 1, bur. at Hursley. 



Samuel Heathcote of= 
Shaw Hall, co, Wilts ; 
bapt. 14 January 
1761 ; died, aged 60, 
10 December 1820. 



=Elizabeth Stone, dau. of 
the Rev. William Stone 
of Melksham, co. W^ilts ; 
marr. 22 April 1784. 



Henry Heath- 
cote, died, aged 
6 months, 27 
May 1767. 



A\ 



Sophia Elizabeth= 
Wall, dau. of Dr. 
Martin Wall, Pro- 
fessor of Medicine 
at Oxford ; marr. 
3 January 1805; 
died 2 June 1806, 
buried in the 
cloisters of Win- 
chester College. 
M.L I St wife. 



=Ven''''^ Gilbert Heathcote, Archdeacon of Winchester ;= 
born 5 February 1765 ; of New College, Oxford, 
matriculated 12 December 1783, B.A. 1787, Fellow, 
M.A. 1791, Fellow of Winchester College 1804; 
Vicar of Hursley 1804, and of Andover, co. Hants, 
181 1, Treasurer of Wells 18 14, Archdeacon of 
Winchester 181 9; died at South Audley Street, 
London, 19 October 1829. 



A 




=Anne Beadon, dau. 
of the Rev. Edwards 
Beadon, Rector of 
North Stoneham, co. 
Hants ; marr. 2 2 Sep- 
tember 1807 ; died, 
aged 52, 3 September 
1828, bur. in the 
cloisters of Win- 
chester College. M.L 
2nd wife. 



A 



Heathcote impaling 
Wall and Keadon. 



156 



Joan Hall, dau.= 
of John Hall 
of Horsham, 
CO. Sussex, by 
Elizabeth his 
wife. I St wife. 



Pedigree of Hall. 



=John Hall of St. Nicholas Aeons, London, merchant,= 
Citizen and Draper (son of Thomas Hall of 
Warnham, co. Sussex, by Margaret Pawthorne his 
wife) ; 25 years Bridgemaster of the City of London ; 
died, aged 93, 19 November, bur. in St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 26 November 1618. M.I. Will 
dated 16 January 16 1|^, with codicil dated 22 
October 16 18, proved 19 December 16 18 (P.C.C. 
127 Meade). He marr. 2ndly Dorothy Michell. 



Parlb; 

[Vol. 8, p. 



=Anne Browne, dau. of 
John Browne of Horton 
Kirby, co. Kent, gent ; 
died, aged 73, 17 De- 
cember, bur. in St. 
Nicholas Aeons, Lon- 
don, 22 December 1619. 
M.I. Funeral certificate 
at the College of Arms 
{I- 59)- 3rd wife. 



Anne Hall, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas 
Aeons 8 April 
1561. 



Abraham Hall, 
bapt. at St. 
Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 2oJune 
1562. 



Richard Killingbeek,= 
marr. at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 19 
June 1 5 8 1 ; bur. there 
14 May 1589. ist 
husband. 



=Jane, bapt. at=William Kent, 
St. Nicholas marr. at St. 



Aeons, Lon- 
don, 18 July 
1563- 



Nicholas Aeons, 
London, i No- 
vember 1592. 
2nd husband. 



A 



John Hall, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 
4 July 1567; died 
in infancy. 



BartholomewHall, 
bapt. at St. Nicho- 
las Aeons, London, 
23 August 1568; 
died young. 



John Hall of St.= 
Dunstan-in-the-West, 
London, Citizen and 
Draper ; bapt. at St. 
Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 1 o July 
1569 ; executor to 
his father's will 19 
December 1618 ; 
bur. at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 30 
August 1644. Will 
dated 23 August 
1644, proved 28 No- 
vember 1644, by 
Martin Hall, son 
(P.C.C. 6 Rivers). 



=Sarah Lumley, 
dau. of Sir 
Martin Lumley, 
Lord Mayor of 
London 1623 
-24, by Mary 
his I St wife, 
dau. of Robert 
Withorne, Citi- 
zen and Up- 
holsterer of 
London ; men- 
tioned in her 
husband's will 
23 August 1644. 



Humphrey Hall of= 
Brandon, co. Suffolk, 
Citizen and Girdler 
of London ; bapt. at 
St. Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 6 August 
1570. Will dated 29 
December 1 641, with 
codicil dated 3 Oc- 
tober 1644, proved 
21 November 1648 
(P.C.C. 165 Essex). 
He married 2ndly 
Mercy ; mentioned 
in her husband's will 
29 December 1641. 



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Cicely Mid- 
dleton. ist 
wife. 



John Hall, died= 
before 29 De- 
cember 1 64 1. 



=Mary, living 29 December 
1 64 1. She marr. 2ndly 
Lawrence Townley of 
Norwich. 



Elizabeth, living 29 
December 1641 ; 
marr. . . . Barnes. 



Sarah, living 29 De- 
cember 1641 ; marr. 
.... Griffith. 

A 



157 



Richard Bate, =j= Anne, bapt. at St. Nicholas Aeons, 
Hving i6 Jan- ^ London, 23 September 1571; 
uary i6i|. | marr. there 10 February 15^^', 

mentioned in wills of her father 
16 January 161-J, and her brother, 
John Hall, 23 August 1644. 
A 



Walter Pridgett of=j=Elizabeth, bapt. at St. 



London; living 17 
December 16 19. 



Nicholas Aeons, Lon- 
don, 5 October 1572 ; 
living 17 December 
i6ig. 



A 



Thomas Hall of 
Enfield, co. 
Middlesex, and 
of London, 
merchant; bapt. 
at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, Lon- 
don, 2 October 
1 6 14. Will dated 
30 May 1643, 
proved 19 Aug. 
1643 (P.C.C, 
unregistered). 



John Hall, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 
15 September 
1616 ; executor 
to will of his 
brother, Thomas 
Hall, 19 August 
1643. Will dated 
5 March 1644. 
Administration 
granted 8 May 
1646 (P.C.C. 
53 Twisse). 



Daniel Hall, 
bapt. at St. 
Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 25 
October 1618; 
died young. 



Humphrey Hall of=j=Dorothy Bridges, 



Goldings, in Bengeo, co. 
Hertford, gent ; bapt. 
at St. Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 19 November 
1620 ; executor to wills 
of his brothers, Thomas 
Hall, 19 August 1643, 
and John Hall, 8 May 
1646 ; died, aged 75, 
12 November, bur. at 
Bengeo 15 November 
1695. M.L Will dated 
3oJanuary 169^ , proved 
17 December 1701 
(P.C.C. 168 Dyer). 



bur. at Bengeo 
5 July 1689. 



A 



Humphrey Hall, 
born in 1689 ; 
died in infancy. 



Jane Hall, bur. 
at Gravesend, 
CO. Kent, 26 
January i69y. 



Dorothy, mentioned in 
will of Humphrey Hall 
30 January i69y; marr. 
William Winrow of 
London; living 16 June 
1744. _ 

Sibella Hall, bapt. at 
Gravesend 7 June 
1691. 



Thomas Hall of Goldings,= 
in Bengeo, co. Hertford, 
and of Great Ormond 
Street, London ; bapt. at 
Gravesend 11 July 1692 ; 
died, aged 56, 26 July, 
bur. at Bengeo 5 August 
1748. M.L Will dated 
16 November 1744, with 
codicil dated 27 August 
1747. Administration 

granted 7 December 1748, 
to James Hallett (P.C.C. 
366 Sfrahan). 



=Mary Hallett, dau. of 
James Hallett of Dun- 
mow, CO. Essex, by 
Mary his wife, dau. 
of Sir Ambrose 
Crowley, Alderman of 
London ; marr. in 
1727; died, aged 32, 
24 March, bur. at 
Bengeo 2 April 1 743. 
M.L 



Thomas Hall, 
born 20 January 
1728; died in 
infancy, bur. in 
the church at 
Bengeo. M.L 



William Comber Kirkby,= 
died in Brunswick Row, 
Queen Square, Blooms- 
bury, London, aged 76, 
8 July 1791. 



=Mary, marr. 10 January 
1756; died in Guild- 
ford Street, London, 
aged 86, 22 June 181 6. 



A 



James Hall, born i July 
1731 ; mentioned in will 
of his aunt, Mary Butler, 
16 June 1744, and in 
codicil to his father's will 
27 August 1747; died at 
Lisbon, Portugal. 



158 



Thomas Hall of St.= 
Nicholas Aeons, London, 
Citizen and Haberdasher; 
bapt. at St.Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 13 Deeember 
1573; bur. there 1 3 March 
1634. Will dated 6 March 
163I, proved 14 April 
1635 (P.C.C. 36 Sadler). 



=Bennett Greene, dau. of 
Thomas Greene of Bois 
Hall, CO. Essex, and of 
London Bridge, by Mar- 
garet his wife, dau. of 
Lawrence Greene ; execu- 
trix to her husband's 
will 14 April 1635 ; living 
5 March 1644. She marr. 
2ndly Richard Beresford. 



Daniel Gossege,= 
living 16 Jan- 
uary i6i|-. 



=Alice, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas Aeons, Lon- 
don, 25 December 
1574 ; marr. there 30 
April 1 599 ; mentioned 
in wills of her father 
16 January i6i|^, and 
her brother, John Hall, 
23 August 1644. 



Matthias Hall, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas Aeons, London, 
6 March i62f ; bur. there 
14 May 1623. 



Anne Hall, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas Aeons, London, 
25 April 1624; bur. there 
20 July 1628. 



Daniel Hall, bapt.= 
at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 
4 September 
1627 ; bur. at 
Bengeo,co. Hert- 
ford, 24 October 
1666. 



=Elizabeth Quarles, 
dau. of Francis 
Quarles of Ufford, 
CO. Northampton, 
by Anne Jay his wife; 
marr. in 1652. 



Benedict Hall, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas Aeons, London, 
2 August 1629; bur. there 
7 August following. 



Joseph Hall, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas Aeons, London, 
13 March 163^; bur. there 
4 November 1634. 



Thomas Hall of 
London ; died on 
board the "James 
Gaily." Adminis- 
tration granted 13 
July 1682 (P.C.C.) 



Daniel Hall of Goldings, in Bengeo,= 
CO. Hertford, and of "Tilbury Fort," 
CO. Essex; born in 1655; adminis- 
trator to his brother, Thomas Hall, 
13 July 1682; executor and heir 
to his uncle, Humphrey Hall, 17 
December 1701 ; bur. at Gravesend, 
CO. Kent, 11 December 1715. 



=Mildred Alstrop, dau. 
of Samuel Alstrop of 
Lincoln ; died 12 July, 
bur. at Gravesend 14 
July 1 71 2. She marr. 
istly John Bridges. 



Humphrey 
Hall. 



Humphrey Hall, bapt. 
at Gravesend 9 July 
1693; died 26 August 
1723- 



Samuel Hall, bapt. 
at Gravesend 1 7 
September 1694. 



Daniel Hall, bapt. at 
Gravesend 15 September 
1695 ; bur. there 21 July 
1704. 



Mildred Hall, bapt. 
at Gravesend 1 1 
July 1697 ; living 
16 June 1744. 



Mildred Hall, mentioned in will Thomas Hall, 

of her aunt, Mary Butler, 16 born 4 Septem- 

June 1744; died, aged 16, ber 1734; died 

9 January, bur. at Bengeo in infancy. 
16 January 17^,;;. M.L 



Elizabeth Hall of Great Ormonde Street, 
London ; mentioned in her father's will 
16 November 1744; died, aged 49, 
15 March, bur. at Bengeo 22 March 
1785. M.L Will dated 5 March 1782, 
proved 9 April 1785 (P.C.C. I'iqDucarel). 



59 



Charles Hall, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 27 May 1576; 
bur. there 2 January 
1 60 J. 



Mary Hall, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 3 June 1578; 
bur. there 13 June 
following. 



Gertrude Hall, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 3 June 
1578 ; bur. there the 
following day. 



Mary Hall, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 20 March 
J^SFiri t)ur. there 
9 August 1593. 



John Butler of= 
South Weald, eo. 
Essex. 



=Mary, bapt. at Milton-next-Gravesend, eo. Kent, 
27 November 1698. Will dated 16 June 1744, 
proved 5 July 1744 (P.C.C. 166 Anstis). 



Jane Hall, bapt. at 
Milton-next-Gravesend 
30 June 1700. 



Sarah Hall, died Humphrey Hall of Goldings, in=j=Hon^'^ Jane St. John, dau. of John, 



in infancy, bur. Bengeo, eo. Hertford, and of 

at Bengeo, eo. Manadon, eo. Devon; born 15 

Hertford, 16 Sep- July 1738; High Sheriff 1787; 

tember 1737. administrator to his father 9 April 

1763. Will dated 14 August 1800, 

proved 10 October 1801 (P.C.C. 

672 Abercrombie). 



loth Lord St. John of Bletsoe, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Sir 
Ambrose Crowley, Alderman of 
London; born 19 July 1735; marr. in 
1767; died 10 July 1799. 



Main Swete Walrond,=T=Elizabeth, bapt. at=Sir William El ford of Bickham, eo. Devon, baronet, 

Recorder of Plymouth; F.R.S. 1790; M.P. for 
Plymouth 1796-1806, and for Rye 1807-1808; 
Lieut. -Colonel South Devon Militia ; created a 
baronet 26 November 1800; marr. in 1822; died 
at the Priory, Totnes, eo. Devon, aged 89, 
30 November 1837, bur. at Totnes. M.L 
Administration granted in January 1838. He 
marr. istly Mary, dau. of the Rev. John Davies of 
Plympton, eo. Devon. 2nd husband. 



Lieutenant 60th Foot 
II October 1796, 
Captain 1797, Lieu- 
tenant and Captain 
Coldstream Guards 
1800 ; marr. in 1803 ; 
died in 1817. ist 
husband. 



A 



Bengeo 25 No- 
vember 1768; died 
at Belair, co. 
Devon, October 
1839. '^Vill dated 
10 February 1838, 
proved 10 Decem- 
ber 1839, by John 
Alexander Parlby 
and LaetitiaParlby, 
two of the execu- 
tors (P.C.C. 753 
Vaughan). 



160 



Mercy Hall, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 
8 February, and 
bur. there i6 Feb- 
ruary 158^. 



Edward Hall, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 16 
January 158^; bur. 
there 19 February 
following. 



Daniel Hall, bapt, 
at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 16 
January 158I; bur. 
there 1 9 February 
following. 



Anthony Hall of Carrick-=}= 
fergus, in Ireland ; bapt. 
at St. Nicholas Aeons, 
London, 9 June 1583; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 16 January i6i|. 

A 



Susanna Hall, bapt. at 
Milton-next-Gravesend, 
CO. Kent, 30 June 1700. 



Ellen Hall, bapt. at Milton-next-Gravesend John Hall, bur. 

9 March 170^; bur. at Gravesend 14 October at Gravesend 28 

1702. " October 1704. 



Ambrose Hall of Walton-on-the-Hill, co. Surrey ; born^Anne Powell, marr. at SS. Anne 



II September, bapt. at St. George's, Queen Square, 
Bloomsbury, London, 24 September 1739; executor to will 
of his sister, Elizabeth Hall, 9 April 1785; died, aged 77, 
31 December 1815, bur. at Sutton, co. Surrey. M.L Will 
with three codicils dated 12 September 181 2 to 7 February 
1815, proved 31 January 18 1 6, by Humphrey Hall, son 
(P.C.C. 27 IVynne). A 



and Agnes, Aldersgate, London, 
18 July 1762; died, aged 77, 
27 January 181 2, bur. at 
Sutton. M.L 



Robert Martin= 
Popham Wall, 
Lieut. -Colonel 
of Oxfordshire 
Militia ; died 
25 February 
1847, buried 
at Tewkesbury, 
CO. Gloucester. 



=Jane (twin with 
Ltetitia), born at 
Manadon, co. 
Devon, 4 Decem- 
ber 1772, bapt. at 
Pennycross, co. 
Devon ; marr. at 
St. Andrew's, 
Plymouth, co. 
Devon, 22 May 
1794 ; died in 
December 1833. 



John Alexander Parlby (3rd son of= 
Thomas Parlby of Stone Hall, Stone- 
house, CO. Devon, by Lydia Martyn his 
wife); born at Stone Hall, Stonehouse, 

1 June 1769; j.P. for co. Devon; died 
at Manadon, aged 79, on Monday, 

2 April, bur. at Pennycross 9 April 
1849. M.L Will dated 5 October 
1848, proved 7 June 1849, by the 
Rev. John Hall Parlby, son, the sole 
executor (P.C.C. 461, 49). 



=Ljetitia (twin with 
Jane), born at ]\Luia- 
don 4 December 
1772, bapt. at 
Pennycross ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, 
Southampton, 29 
September 1792 ; 
died at Manadon, 
aged 75. 31 May, 
bur. at Pennycross 
7 June 1848. M.L 



K 



(For issue see " Visitation of Efigland a fid 
ira/es," Vol. VIII. , page ij.) 



161 



A son, bur. at 
St. Nicholas 
Aeons, Lon- 
don, 24 May 
1584. 



George Hall, bapt. 
St. Nicholas Aeons, 
London, i January 
158-I; bur. there 
I August 1593. 



. . . Scrowther,=Sarah, bapt. at St. 

living 23 August Nicholas Aeons, 

1644. London, 5 March 

i58i; living 23 

August 1644. 



Arthur Hall, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas 
Aeons, London, 
21 July 1588. 



Miles Corney, marr. at^=Gertrude, bapt. at St. Nicholas Aeons, 
St. Nicholas Aeons, London, 23 October 1589; mentioned 
in wills of her father 16 January i6i|, 
and her brother, John Hall, 23 August 
1644. She marr. 2ndly . . . Batson. 



London, 2 7 May 1 6 1 o ; 
living 16 January 



161^. I St husband 



Daniel Hall, bapt. at St. 
Nicholas Aeons, London, 12 
November 1592; living 29 
December 1641. He marr. 
Margaret Sayer. =j= 
A 



Richard Gough of Enfield, 
Middlesex (only son of Harry 
Gough of Perry Hall, eo. Staf- 
ford) ; born at Winchester Street, 
London, 21 October 1735; of 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 
admitted Fellow Commoner in 
July 1752; F.S.A. 1767, F.R.S. 
1775; died 20 February, bur. at 
Wormley, co. Hertford, 28 Feb- 
ruary 1809; author of "British 
Topography," a new edition of 
Camden's Britannia " Sepulchral 
Monuments," and other anti- 
quarian works. {See ^'Dii/ionary of 
National Biography,'' Vol. XXII., 
page 27g.) 



eo.^Anne, mentioned 
in her father's 
will 16 November 
1744 ; marr. 18 
August 1 7 74; died 
18 August 1834. 



Rev. Henry Pleydell= 
Ryves, of Merton 
College, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 
June 1776, aged 
16 ; died in June 
1817. 



=Sarah, mentioned 
in her father's 
will 16 November 
1744; executrix to 
her sister, Eliza- 
beth Hall, 9 April 
1785 ; died, aged 
53, 30 March 1795. 



16. 




Pedigree of Allenby. 



Allanb] 

[Vol. 8, p. 1 



John Allenby of Panton, co. Lincoln ;=pAnne, execu- 
bur. at Panton 24 December 1677. trix to her 
Will dated 21 December 1677, proved husband's uill 
at Lincoln 11 January i67|- (1677, 11 January 
to. 258). 167I. 



Elizabeth, not 
21, 21 De- 
cember 1677 ; 
marr. at Raith- 
hy, CO. Lincoln, 
17 May 1688. 



Thomas Allenby= 
of Maltby, in 
Raithby ; bur. at 
Raithby 8 Jan- 
uary 17 ly. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted at Lin- 
coln 7 May 171 1. 



=DorothyHinman,dau. 
of Henry Hinman of 
Swinhope, co. Lin- 
coln ; marr. at Swin- 
hope 22 August 1672; 
administratrix to her 
husband 7 May 1711; 
bur. at Raithby 24 
June 1730. 



William Allenby of Maltby ;=j=Elizabeth, died at Tath- 



bapt. at Raithby 18 July 
1679; bur. there in 1722. 



A\ 



well, CO. Lincoln, bur. at 
Raithby 6 April 1746. 



Charles Allenby of Calcethorpe and 
of Nun Ormsby, both co. Lincoln ; 
bapt. at Raithby 9 November 1685 ; 
died in 1727. He marr. Elizabeth 
Redmore. =t= 



Charles Allenby,= 
bapt. at Tathwell 
10 June 1 7 10. 



A 



William Allenby of Nun= 
Ormsby ; bapt. at Tath- 
well 3 July 1 7 1 2 ; died, 
aged 81, 27 August 
1793, bur. at Nun 
Ormsby. M.L 



=Mary Justice, died, 
aged 86, 20 October, 
bur. at Nun Ormsby 24 
October 1805. M.L 



Elizabeth Allenby, 
bapt. at Tathwell 
22 October 17 13. 



John Ansell, died,= 
aged 57, 19 March 
1787, bur. at Nun 
Ormsby. M.L 



=Elizabeth, died, aged 
69, 16 November 
1808, bur. at Nun 
Ormsbv. M.L 



Mary Allenby, died, 
aged 70, 3 December 
1 8 14, bur. at Nun 
Ormsby. M.L 



A 



Ann Allenby, bapt. 
at Tathwell 3 Jan- 
uary 171^. 



Jane Allenby, bapt. 
at Tathwell 20 
March 171^. 



Mary, bapt. at Hinman Allenby of Long= 

Kelstern, co. Sutton, co. Lincoln ; born at 

Lincoln, 7 Sep- Kelstern 11 October 1725; 

tember 1 7 1 8 ; bur. at Nun Ormsby, co. 

died, aged 85, Lincoln, in 1793. ^Vill dated 

in 1805; marr. 6 September 1793, proved at 

. . . Ansell. Lincoln 15 October 1793. 



=Mary Petch of Kedding- 
ton, CO. Lincoln ; marr. 
in 1754. Will dated 
1 5 May 1 804, proved at 
Lincoln 4 October 1804 
(Peculiar of Louth). 



Elizabeth Allenby, born 26 April 1755, 
bapt. at Tathwell ; died 20 February 
1812. 



William Charles Allenby, born 14 April 1757; 
drowned in the Atlantic Ocean in 1800. 



163 



John AUenby, not 21, 21 December 1677 ;=r Mary, bur. at Edward Cooke=Jennie, marr. 



Churchwarden of Raithby, co. Lincoln, 
1692-1703 ; bur. at Grimsby, co. Lincoln, 
12 October 1724. ^ 



Raithby 8 August of Benniworth, before 2 1 De- 
17 19. CO. Lincoln. cember 1677. 



.1 
Hinman Allenby of Maltby, co.==Sarah Wilkinson, 
Lincoln ; died s.p., bur. at Raithby marr. at Withcall, 
24 July 1699. Will dated 20 July co. Lincoln, 5 May 
1698. 1698. 



Thomas Bennett=Dorothy, marr. 
of Marsh Chapel, at Raithby 23 
CO. Lincoln. April 1691, 



Hinman Allenby of=|=Anne Raddish, dau. of Thomas Allenby, Mary, born 2 January 
Garnsgate Hall, Long William Raddish of Lon- born 23 July 1761; died 21 March 



Sutton, and Kenwick don ; bapt. at Ealing, co. 
Hall, all CO. Lincoln; Middlesex, in 1770; marr. 
born i4September 1758; ! 22 December 1789; died, 
died at Kenwick House | aged 81, in 1851, bur. at 
17 August 1807, bur. at Legbourne. 
Legboume, co. Lincoln. | 



1760; died in 1838. She marr. at 
1780. Long Sutton 26 

June 1794, Richard 

Delamare. 





Hynman Raddish Allenby of Kenwick Hall and of Garns- 
gate Hall; bom at Long Sutton 31 January, bapt. there 
privately 2 February 1793; died at Kenwick, aged 68, on 
Wednesday, 27 March, bur. at Legboume 2 April 1861. 
M.L Will dated 12 March 1858, proved at Lincoln 18 
April 1861, by Henry Hynman Allenby, son, and Thomas 
Falkner Allison, the executors. 




=Elizabeth Bourne, dau. of Henry 
Bourne of South Carlton, co. 
Lincoln ; born 1 1 September 
1793 ; marr. at Legbourne 
4 August 1819 ; died at Louth, 
CO. Lincoln, aged 76, 7 August, 
bur. at Legbourne 11 August 
1870. M.L 



A 

{J'or issue see " Visitation of Ens^land atid JVa/es," 
Vol. VIII., pao-e '17.) 
164 



John Wilson of==Anne, bapt. at Kelstern, co. Lincoln, 14 August 
Benniworth, CO. 1653; marr. at Panton, co. Lincoln, 16 August 
Lincoln. 1677. 



Mary Allenby, not 21, 
21 December 1677. 



Jane Allenby, born 
22 July 1762 ; 
mentioned in her 
mother's will 15 
May 1804; died 
26 July 1834. 



Redmore Allenby of Sutton St. Nicholas', 
CO. Lincoln; born 18 March 1764; 
executor to his father's will 15 October 
1793, and his mother's will 4 October 
1804; died 27 June 1849. 



George Allenby of Holbeach, 
CO. Lincoln ; bom 14 April 
1765 ; died s.p. 31 March 
1834. He marr. 3 June 
1797 . . . Harrington. 



Samuel Allenby, born 
^3 July 1766; died 
in September 1824. 
He marr. in 1795, 
H. H. West. 



John Allenby, born 19 
February 1768; drowned 
at sea. 

Frances Allenby, born 
7 May 1769; died 30 
March 1804. 



Osney Allenby, born 
28 June 1770; died 
in infancy. 



Anne Allenby, born 
4 June 1775. 



Octavius Allenby, 
born 10 April 1779; 
mentioned in his 
mother's will 1 5 
May 1804; died 18 
November 1833. 



Edmund Henry Allenby, bapt. at 
Legbourne, co. Lincoln, in 1797; 
of Worcester College, Oxford, 
matriculated 29 November 1815, 
aged 18; died at Catania, in Sicily, 
30 May 1819. 



Frederick Allenby, bapt, 
at Legbourne in 1 800 ; 
bur. there in 181 5. 



Mary Anne Ellen Allenby, 
bapt. and bur. at Leg- 
bourne in 1 80 1. 



Mary Anne Allenby, bapt. 
and bur. at Legbourne in 
1804. 

Elizabeth Frances Allenby, 
bapt. and bur. at Leg- 
bourne in 1804. 



165 



Willoughby de Broke. 

[Vol. 8, p. 38.] 



Pedigree of Barnard. 



Bridget Patricke, 


marr.=f=William Barnard of=j=- 


, 




at Leeds 


CO. 


York, 


Kirkgate 


, Leeds ; 


living 


4 




I May 


1630; 


bur. 


living 4 


September 


September 




there 7 Fc 


'bruary 


164^. 


1685. 




1685. 


2nd 




I St wife. 










wife. 














A 




A 



William Barnard, bur. 
at Leeds 21 August 
1635- _ 

Sarah Barnard, bapt. 
at Leeds 3 August 
1636; bur. there 3 
December 1640. 



Mary Barnard, 
bapt. at Leeds 10 
February 163^-; 
bur. there i De- 
cember 1640. 



Isabel Barnard, 
bapt. at Leeds 
31 January 164^. 



Thomas Barnard of Boar= 
Lane, Leeds, attorney ; 
bapt. at Leeds 30 No- 
vember 1645 5 died, aged 
39, 9 October, bur. at 
Leeds II October 1685. 
M.L Will dated 4 Sep- 
tember 1685, proved at 
York 5 November 1685 
(original will). 



=Elizabeth Brogden, dau. 
of Samuel Brogden of 
Briggate, Leeds, Town 
Clerk of Leeds; born 13 
May, bapt. at Leeds 
22 May 1654; marr. 
there 31 January 167!; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 5 November 1685. 



Samuel Barnard of Knowstropp, Leeds,=j=Mary, marr. 



gent; born 18 January, bapt. at Leeds 
28 January 1674 ; mentioned in his 
father's will 4 September 1685 ; died 
26 September, bur. at Leeds 29 Sep- 
tember 1706. M.L Will dated 27 
July 1706, proved at York 22 October 
1707 (Vol. 64, fo. 158). 



2ndly Richard 
Webb. 



Elizabeth Barnard, 
born 29 June, bapt. 
at Leeds 12 July 
1677; living 4 
September 1685. 



Anne Barnard, 
bur. at Leeds 
30 April 1685. 



Benjamin Barnard, born 
30 August, bapt. at Leeds 
6 September 1699. 



Thomas Barnard, born 8 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Leeds 
2 October 1700. 



Elizabeth Barnard, born i De- 
cember, bapt. at Leeds 24 
December 1701. 



John Barnard, born 1 4 October, 
bapt. at Leeds 1 1 November 
1703; bur. there 4 May 1704. 



William Barnard, born 
12 March, bapt. at 
Leeds 29 March 1705. 



Samuel Barnard, born 10 P'ebruary, 
bapt. at Leeds 27 February 170^-; 
[? bur. there 30 April 1707.] 



Rev. William Jackson, Rector of Adel, co.=Frances, marr. at Ledsham, co. York, 2 June 
York; died at Bath, co. Somerset, aged 52, 1755; died at York, aged 68, 8 July 1784. 
17 February 1766, bur. at Weston, co. Somerset. Will dated 21 January 1782, proved at York 
He marr. istly Elizabeth. 17 July 1784 (Vol. 128, fo. 276.) 2nd wife. 



166 



I 

Joseph Barnard, bapt. at Leeds, co. York, 
7 February 164!^; ^ur. there 10 September 
1648. 



Benjamin Barnard, bapt. at Leeds 
7 February, bur. there 11 February 



John Barnard, born 13 
May, bapt. at Leeds 
28 May 1679; bur. there 
24 October following. 



Daniel Barnard, born 
and bapt. i October, 
and bur. at Leeds 
6 October 1680. 



Mary Barnard, born 24 January, bapt. at 
Leeds g February 168J-; mentioned in 
her father's will 4 September 1685 ; bur. 
at Leeds 23 March i68|. 



Ann Benson, dau. of the=Rev. Thomas Barnard, Head Master of the=j=Frances Drake, dau. 

Rev. Laurence Benson, Leeds Grammar School ; born 8 March, bapt. of the Rev. Francis 

Lecturer at the parish at Leeds 24 March i68|-; of St. John's Col- Drake, Vicar of 

church, Leeds; bom lege, Cambridge, admitted Sizar 2 July 1705, Pontefract, co. York, 

2 August, bapt. at aged 19, B.A. 1708, M.A. 1713; Head by his ist wife 

Leeds 30 August 1683. Master of Leeds Grammar School 1712; died Hannah PaHn. 2nd 

ist wife. 20 May 1750, bur. at Leeds. M.L wife. 



Rev. Thomas Barnard, Rector of VVithersfield, co. Suffolk ; born= 
2 April 1720; of St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted Sizar 
24 June 1737, aged 18, B.A. 1740, M.A. 1744, B.D. 1752, Fellow 
22 March 174I to 1758; Rector of Newmarket St. Mary, co. 
Suffolk, 28 September 1752, and of Withersfield 7 July 1756, 
Chaplain-in-Ordinary tothe King November 1762; died 8 November 
1 781, bur. at Withersfield. Will dated 28 October 1781, proved 
22 December 1781 (P.C.C. 575 Wc/^sie)-). 



=Melosine Rosenhagen, dau. 
of Arnold Rosenhagen of 
Isleworth, co. Middlesex, by 
Elizabeth his wife ; marr. 
17 June 1757; executrix 
to her husband's will 22 
December 1781 ; died at 
her house at Clare, co. 
Suffolk, 24 May 181 1. 



Rev. Robert Cary Barnard, Rector of=T=Elizabeth Elwes, dau. of Robert Cary Elwes of 
Withersfield ; born at Withersfield 9 May i Phrocking, co. Hertford, by Elizabeth his 2nd 
1758; Fellow of St. John's College, Cam- wife, dau. of Edward Holgate of Roxby, co. 
bridge, admitted Sizar 26 June 1775, B.A. Lincoln; born at Isleworth 7 July, bapt. there 
1779, M.A. 1782, B.D. 1791 ; Rector 7 August 177 1 ; marr. at St. James', Westminster, 
of Withersfield 1782; J.P. for co. Suffolk; 10 June 1790; died at Withersfield 8 January 
died II March 1827. 18 13. 



167 



Charles Barnard of Leeds, attorney ;= 
mentioned in will of his sister Frances 
2 1 January 1782; died, aged 62, 29 
November 1785. Will dated 17 July 
1780, proved at York 4 November 1785 
(Vol. 129, fo. 461). 



=Mary Rymer, mentioned in will of her sister-in-law, 
Frances Barnard, 21 January 1782; executrix to 
her husband's will 4 November 1785 ; died 
18 February 1794. Will dated 21 May 1788, with 
codicil dated n January 1792, proved 26 February 
1794 (P.C.C. 63 Hobnail). 



A daughter, Elizabeth, executrix to her father's will 
died 21 Au- 4 November 1785, and to her mother's 
gust 1760. will 26 February 1794 ; marr. at 

St. James', Westminster, 6 March 1790, 

Samuel Hague. 



Mary, executrix to her father's will 
4 November 1785 ; marr. in August 
1787, Captain Hurdsman. 



Rev. Robert Barnard, born 12 August, bapt.= 
at Withersfield, co. Suffolk, 15 September 
1760; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1782, M.A. 1788; Rector of Lighthorne, co. 
Warwick, Rector and Vicar of Witney, co. 
Oxford, and senior Prebendary of Winchester; 
died at Lighthorne, aged 73, on Tuesday, 
25 February, bur. there 4 March 1834. M.I. 
Portrait at Compton Verney, co. Warwick. 



=Hon'^'^ Louisa Peyto, eldest dau. of John 
Peyto, 6th Baron Willoughby de Broke, by 
Lady Louisa his wife, dau. of Francis, ist 
Earl of Guilford; born 29 June 1760; marr. 
by special licence at Compton Verney 31 
October 1793; died at Alveston, co. Warwick, 
3 February, bur. at Lighthorne 10 February 
1835. Will dated 27 May 1834, proved 
29 June 1835, by Robert John Barnard, son, 
and Joseph Townsend, the executors (P.C.C. 
345 Gloster). 



/K 



i^For issue see " Visitation of ILm^land and Wales" 
Vol. VIII., page jc?:) 



168 



Rev. John Gilbert Barnard, 
born at Withersfield, co. Suffolk, 
of Caius College, Cambridge, 
admitted Sizar 20 June 1781, 
aged 17, Scholar 1781-88, B.A. 
1785, M.A. 1788; of St. John's 
College, admitted 19 April 1790; 
Chaplain to the Earl of Oxford ; 
Rector of Bigby and Vicar 
of Barnetby-le-Wold, both co. 
Lincoln, 24 March 1791; died 
at Saffron Walden, co. Essex, 
18 June 1791. 



Rev. Thomas Barnard, Vicar of=f=Everilda Dorothea Martin, 



Great Amwell, co. Hertford ; 
of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
admitted Sizar 27 December 
1782, B.A. 1787, M.A. 1791; 
Vicar of Great Hormead, co. 
Hertford, 9 July 1790, and of 
Great Amwell 21 August 1793; 
died 14 June 1799- Will 
dated 8 August 1798, proved 
13 December 1799 (P.C.C. 
824 Howe). 



dau. of Sir Mordaunt 
Martin of Burnham West- 
gate Hall, CO. Norfolk, 
4th baronet, by Everilda 
Dorothea his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. William Smith, 
Rector of Burnham ; marr. 
in December 1792; execu- 
trix to her husband's will 
13 December 1799; died, 
aged 72, 27 November 
1839. 



A 



Charlotte Anne Barnard 
of Withersfield ; men- 
tioned in will of her 
aunt, Frances Jackson, 
21 January 1782; died 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 
aged 83, 21 September 
1849. 



Rev. Charles Drake Barnard, Rector= 
of Bigby ; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 October 1785, aged 
17, B.A. 1789, M.A. from St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 1793; Vicar of 
Barnetby-le-Wold and Rector of Bigby, 
both CO. Lincoln, 23 April 1792, and 
of Ashby-by-Partney, co. Lincoln, 
26 January 1809, Vicar of Roxby with 
Risby, CO. Lincoln, 29 May 1816; 
Chaplain to the Earl of Oxford ; died 
at Bigby, aged 64, 2 January 1833. 



=Anna Maria Parkhurst, dau. 
of Captain Richard Park- 
hurst ; born 1 2 August, bapt. 
at Shenstone, co. Stafford, 
25 September 1763; marr. 
16 March 1805 ; died in 
Connaught Square, Padding- 
ton, London, 17 March 
1853, bur. at Bigby. She 
marr. istly Sir Griffith 
Boynton of Barmston, co. 
York, 7th baronet. 



169 



Barnardiston. 

[Vol. S, p. 41.] 



Pedigree of Barnardiston of Ketto7i, co. Suffolk. 



Sir Thomas Barnardiston of Ketton, co. Suffolk, and of Great Coates,= 
CO. Lincoln, knight (son of Thomas Barnardiston of Ketton and of 
Great Coates, esquire, by Alice his ist wife, dau. of Sir Henry 
Vavasour of Haslewood, co. York, and direct descendant of Geoffrey 
de Barnardiston, who received the manor of Ketton on his marriage 
temp. Edward I.); aged 40 and more 28 October 1480, when he was 
found heir to his step-mother Joan Barnardiston; knighted at the 
marriage of Prince Arthur 14 November 1501 ; died 29 June 1503, 
bur. at Great Coates. Memorial Brass. Will dated 1502, proved 
II August 1503 (P.C.C. 1 87 F. Records of the Dean and Chapter 
of Canterbury.) Inq. p. m. taken at Lincoln i December 1503 
(C. Vol. 17, No. 88). 



=Elizabeth Newport, dau. 
of George Newport of 
Brent Pelham, co. Hert- 
ford ; executrix to her 
husband's will 1 1 August 
1503; bur. at Ketton. 
Will dated 6 September 
1526, proved 26 Sep- 
tember 1526 (P.C.C. 
10 Porch). 



Sir Thomas Barnardiston of Ketton and Great Coates, = 
knight; aged 23 and more i December 1503; died 
7 November 1542, bur. at Ketton. Will dated 
6 November 1542, proved 8 November 1542 (P.C.C. 
II Spert). Inq. p. m. taken at Sudbury, co. Suffolk, 
5 April 1543 {C. Vol. 68, No. 4). 



=Anne Lucas, dau. of Thomas Lucas of 
Little Saxham, co. Suffolk, Solicitor- 
General to Henry VH. ; executrix to 
her husband's will 8 November 1542. 
Will dated 26 December 1559, proved 
3 May 1560 (P.C.C. 26 Mellershe). 



Sir Thomas Barnardiston of Ketton and Great Coates,= 
knight; aged 32 and more 5 April 1543; Knight of the 
Carpet at the Coronation of Edward VL 22 February 
154;^. Will dated 10 September 155 1, proved 2 Oc- 
tober 1551 (P.C.C. 26 Bucke). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Ipswich 14 June 1552 {}V. and L., Vol. 6,fo. 74). 



=Mary AValsingham, dau. of Sir Edward 
Walsingham of Scadbury, co. Kent ; 
executrix to her husband's will 
2 October 155 1. She marr. 2ndly, 
after i January 155I, Francis Clopton 
of Ketton {see page 173). 



Elizabeth Hanchet,=f=Sir Thomas Barnardiston of Clare, co. Sufirolk,=T=Anne Bygrave, marriage 



dau. of Thomas 
Hanchetof Hamels, 
in Braughing, co. 
Hertford ; died, 
aged 39, 26 Sep- 
tember 1584, bur. at 
Ketton. I St wife. 



knight ; admitted to the Inner Temple 
November 1559; aged 8, 27 July 1551 ; 
knighted at Bury St. Edmunds 5 August 1578; 
High Sheriff for co. Suffolk 21 November 
1580; died 23 December 1619. Will dated 
28 September 161 9, proved 2 February i6i|} 
(P.C.C. 16 Soame). Inq. p. m. taken at Bury 
St. Edmunds 22 September 1620 {C, Vol. jSj, 
No. 86). A 

{For issue see page 187.) 



licence (Bishop of Lon- 
don) dated 3 February 
158I; executrix to her 
husband's will 2 Feb- 
ruary i6i§. Will dated 
3 June 1640, proved 
7 July 1641 (P.C.C. 
91 Evelyjt). 



Mary Knightley, dau.= 
of Sir Richard 
Knightley of Fawsley, 
CO. Northampton, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
Richard Fermor of 
Easton Neston, co. 
Northampton, esquire; 
marriage settlements 
dated 30 June 1585 ; 
died 3 March i59v 
I St wife. 



=Sir Thomas Barnardiston of= 
Witham, co. Essex, knight ; 
admitted to the Inner 
Temple November 1582 ; 
knighted at Whitehall 23 
July 1603; died 29 July 
16 10, bur. at Ketton. Will 
dated 29 July 16 10, proved 
I November 1610 (P.C.C. 
6 Stafford). 



=Katharine Banks, dau. of Thomas Banks 
of London, Serjeant-at-Law ; executrix to 
her husband's will i November i6io; 
died 3 March 163I, bur. at St. Michael- 
le-Querne, London. Will dated 25 
February 163I, proved 19 March 163! 
(P.C.C. 25 Russell). She marr. istly 
Bartholomew Soame, and 3rdly William 
Towse, Serjeant-at-Law, 2nd wife. 



170 



George Barnardiston of= 
Northill, CO. Bedford ; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 1502; living 4 Feb- 
ruary 153I. He marr. 

. . Godfrey, relict 

Hatcliffe. 



2ndly 
of . . 



=Elizabeth Burley, Nicholas Barnar- John Barnardiston, Rector 
dau. and heir of diston, living in of Ketton, co. Suffolk, 1506, 
Thomas Burley 1502. and of Great Coates, co. 

of Lynn, CO. Nor- Lincoln, 1549; mentioned, 

folk. I St wife. as already beneficed, in his 

father's will 1502. 



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(^For issue see page 182.) 



John Barnardiston, not 21, 6 November 1542; mentioned in wills of his=Elizabeth, living 
brother, Sir Thomas Barnardiston, 10 September 155 1, his mother 26 26 December 
December 1559, and his brother-in-law, William Strangman, 5 December 1573. 1559. 



John Everard of= 
Brundish, co. 
Suffolk, esquire ; 
mentioned in will 
of Anne Barnar- 
diston 26 Decem- 
ber 1559; died 
at Flixton, co. 
Suffolk, 15 De- 
cember 1572. 
Inq.p.m. taken at 
Hoxne 3 1 March 

No. 168). I St 
husband. 



=Elizabeth, marriage= 
settlements dated 
I January i55f 5 
mentioned in will 
of her uncle. Sir 
Thomas Barnardis- 
ton, 10 September 
155 1 ; mentioned 
in will of her 
grandmother, Anne 
Barnardiston, 26 
December 1559; 
executrix to her 
2nd husband's will 

5 July 1595- 



^Sir Charles Framlingham= 
of Crowshall, in Deben- 
ham, CO. Suffolk; knighted 
at Westminster 31 De- 
cember 1581 ; died at 
Crowshall 29 June, bur. 
at Debenham 3 August 
1595- ^Vill dated 26 
June 1595, proved 5 July 
1595 (P.C.C. 49 Scott). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Eye 
19 August 1595. He 
marr. istly Dorothy, dau. 
of Sir Clement Heigham. 
2nd husband. 



=Sir Henry Gawdy of Claxton, 
CO. Norfolk, K.B. ; M.P. for 
CO. Norfolk 12 September 
1597 and 5 October 1601 ; 
K.B. at the Coronation of 
James L 25 July 1603; died, 
aged 73, 12 February 162^, 
bur. at Claxton. M.L 
Will dated 23 January i62y, 
proved 12 March 162°, by 
Sir Robert Gawdy, knight 
(P.C.C. 25 Bale). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Norwich 6 Sep- 
tember 1 62 1 (C. Vol. j8j, 
No. 6j). He marr. istly 
Elizabeth. 3rd husband. 



Edmund Bar- Richard Colville of Newton, co.=|=Mary.=T=Thomas Golding of Hinckworth, 



nardiston. 



William Bar- 
nardiston. 



Cambridge, and of West Walton, 
CO. Norfolk, gent; died 31 August 
1 60 1. Inq. p. m. taken at Norwich 
4 October 1602 {C. Vol. 26Q, 
No. 40). I St husband. 




CO. Hertford, and of Poslingford, 
CO. Suffolk, esquire; died 17 June 
1626. Inq. p. m. taken at Bury 
St. Edmunds 23 September 1626 
{430, 181). 2nd husband. 



Thomas Barnar- Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston of Great Coates, =j=Janc Soame, dau. of Sir Stephen 
diston, died in knight ; aged 30 and more 23 December ; Soame of Little Thurlow Hall, 
itifancy. M.I. 1619; knighted at Newmarket 21 December; co. Suffolk, Lord Mayor of 



t6i8; Sheriff for CO. Suffolk 1623; M.P. for 
Sudbury 6 May 1625 to 1626, and for co. 
Suffolk in March i62|- and 9 March 16'^^ 
to 1653; died at Hackney, co. Middle.sex, 
aged 65, 25 July, bur. at Ketton 26 August 
1653. Will dated 10 September 165 1, signed 
iS January 165!^, proved 28 September 1653 
(P.C.C. 376 JBrcnt). (See '"'' Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. IIL, page 242.) 



London, by Anne his wife, dau. 
of William Stone of London; 
marr. before 161 7 ; died 17 
August, bur. at Ketton 15 
September 1669. Will dated 
10 July 1669, proved 12 Sep- 
tember 1669 (P.C.C. loi Coke). 



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{For issue see page 1^4.) 



171 



Sir Thomas Audley, Lord Audley of Walden, K.G., Lord Chancellor ; born at Earrs=(?) Mary, 
Colne, CO. Essex, in 1488; admitted a burgess of Colchester, co. Essex, in 1516; living in 
of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law ; M.P. for co. Essex 1523 and 1529-33, 1502. 
Speaker November 1529, King's Serjeant 1531, Lord Keeper 30 May 1532, 
Lord Chancellor 24 January 1535 to 1544; created Baron Audley of Walden 
29 November 1538, K.G. 23 April 1540; died, aged 56, 30 April 1544, bur. at 
Saffron Walden, co. Essex. M.L Will dated 19 April 1544, proved 18 February 
154^ (P.C.C. I Alen). He marr. 2ndly in April 1538, Lady Elizabeth Grey, dau. 
of Thomas, Marquess of Dorset. {See ''Dictionary of Natiomxl Biography" 
Vol. II., page 231.) 



William Ayloffe of Braxted, co. Essex, esquire ; Sheriff for the counties of Essex=f=Agnes, marr, 
and Hertford 1563. Will dated 19 January 156!^, proved 7 February 156!, by 
William Ayloffe, son (P.C.C. 5 Sheffield). He marr. 2ndly Margaret Foster. 



before 6 No- 
vember 1542. 
I St wife. 



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William Clopton of Liston Hall, co. Essex, esquire=[=Anne, mentioned in wills of her father 



(son and heir of William Clopton of Liston and 
nephew of Francis Clopton of Ketton, co. Suffolk) ; 
aged 28 and more 6 October 1568; died 25 October 
161 2. Inq. p. m. taken at Chelmsford 13 April 16 13. 



10 September 1551, and her grand- 
mother, Anne Barnardiston, 26 
December 1559; bur. at Liston 21 
November 1607. 



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Sir Anthony Everard of Great Waltham, co. Essex, knight ; knighted at Whitehall=i=Elizabeth. 



23 July 1603; died 8 November 1614, bur. at Great Waltham. Will dated 
I October 16 14. Inq. p. m. taken at Chelmsford 12 August 161 5 (C. Vol. 663, 
No. 48). He marr. 2ndly Anne, dau. of Sir Anthony Felton of Playford, co. 
Suffolk, K.B. ; marriage settlements dated 12 October 1612. /^ 



I St wife. 



Arthur Barnardiston of the Inner Temple, London,=i=Anne Harvey, dau. of James Harvey 



a Master in Chancery during the Protectorate ; admitted 
to the Inner Temple November 1609, Barrister-at-Law 
1620; executor to his step-mother's will 19 March 163!; 
died at his chambers in Hare Court, Temple, on Tuesday, 
14 November, bur. at Ketton 18 November 1655. Will 
dated 10 November 1655, proved 19 December 1655 
(P.C.C. 163 Aylett). 



of Dagenham, co. Essex, by . . 
Gerrard ; bur. at Ketton 18 No- 
vember 1677. She marr. istly 
Sir Roger Thornton of Snailwell, 
CO. Cambridge, knight. 



Arthur Barnardiston of Ketton,= 
esquire ; admitted to the Inner 
Temple November 1647, Barrister- 
at-Law 1654; mentioned in his 
father's will 10 November 1655 ; 
administrator to his brother, Thomas 
Barnardiston, 11 March 168^; bur. 
at Ketton 13 August 17 12. He 
marr. istly Mary Darker. 



=Grissogon Smith, dau. of Stephen 
Smith of Chelmsford, co. Essex ; 
marriage articles dated 7 August 
1682 ; died at Lamarsh, co. Essex, 
2 July 1690. Will dated i May 
1690, proved at Braintree 8 July 
1690 (Com. of London, Essex 
and Herts, 392 Hanior). She 
marr. istly Peter Johnson of 
Colchester, co. Essex. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Barnardiston, 
bapt. at Snailwell 
2 August 1635 ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 10 November 
1655 ; died a widower 
at Aleppo. Adminis- 
tration granted 1 1 
March i68f (P.C.C.) 



172 



William Eyre of Great Cressingham,=j=Elizabeth, married==Sir George Fitzwilliam 

of Mablethorpe, co. 
Lincoln ; marriage 
settlements dated i6 
May 1509; died 14 
September 1536. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Market 
Rasen 2 7 October 
1550 {Vol. 94, 10). 
2nd husband. 



CO. Norfolk, Justice of the Common 
Pleas ; executor to Sir Thomas 
Bamardiston 11 August 1503; died 
24 October 1507, bur. at Great 
Cressingham. Will dated 15 Oc- 
tober 1507, proved in July 1509 
(P.C.C. i6 Bennett), ist husband. 



before 1502; execu- 
trix to her I St 
husband's will July 
1509 ; died 26 Oc- 
tober 1548. Will 
dated 20 May 1548, 
proved 27 October 
1548 (P.C.C. 15 
Populwell). 



(?) Christian, 
livingini502. 



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Bartholomew Brokesby of Great= 
Bradley, co. Suffolk, esquire ; 
mentioned in will of his brother-in- 
law, Sir Thomas Barnardiston, 
10 September 155 1. Will dated 
3 October 1558. Administration 
granted 7 May 1559 (P.C.C. 
13 Chaynay). ist husband. 



=Elizabeth, mentioned= 
in her father's will 

6 November 1542 ; 
administratrix to her 
ist husband's will 

7 May 1559; living 
26 December 1559. 



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=Francis Clopton of Ketton, co. 
Suffolk, esquire. He marr. istly 
Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Gavell 
of Kirby Cane, co. Norfolk ; 
2ndly Lora, dau. of Sir Roger 
Wentworth ; and 3rdly Mary 
Walsingham (see page 170). 2nd 
husband. 



Thomas Barnar- 
diston, died in 
infancy. M.I. 



Mary p]arnar- 
diston, died in 
infancy. M.I. 



Mary Austen, = 
dau. of Henry 
Austen of Lon- 
don ; living 
25 February 
163I. ist wife. 



=Thomas Barnardiston of St.= 
Stephen's, Coleman Street, 
London, Comptroller of the 
Mint ; executor to his step- 
mother's will 19 March 
163I; aged 41 in 1635; 
died, aged 88, 14 March, 
bur. at Ketton 20 March 



168J 



M.I. 



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=Ann Polstead, dau. of Henry 
Polstead of London, by Mary 
his wife, dau. and heir of 
Thomas Farington of London, 
merchant ; marr. at St. Anne's, 
Blackfriars, London, 20 May 
1635, marriage licence (Bishop 
of London) dated 19 May 
1635, aged 28; bur. at Ketton 
25 July 1 68 1. 2nd wife. 



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{For issue see page 1S8.) 



Edward Fowler, D.D., Bishop of Gloucester; of Corpus Christi=j=Anne, mentioned 



College, Oxford, matriculated 22 November 1650, Chaplain 1653, 
B.A. 1653, B.D. and D.D. 1681, of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
M.A. 1656; Rector of Northill, co. Bedford, 1656, and of All 
Hallows', Bread Street, London, 1673, Prebendary of Gloucester 
1676, Vicar of St. Giles', Cripplegate, London, 168 1-17 14, 
consecrated Bishop of Gloucester 5 July 1691 ; author of "The 
Design of Christianity," and other theological works ; died at 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, aged 81, 26 August 17 14, bur. at Hendon, 
CO. Middlesex. M.I. Will dated 14 December 1706 and 
20 July 1710, with codicil dated 4 December 171 1, proved 
7 October 17 14, by Richard and Edward Fowler, sons (F.C.C. 
191 Aston). He marr. 2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of Ralph Trevor, 
and widow of Hezekiah Burton, D.D. {See '^Dictionary of 
National Biography,'' Vol. XX., page 84.) J^ 



m her father's 
will 10 November 
1655; died 19 
December 1696, 
bur. at Hendon. 
M.I. ist wife. 



Mary Bar- 
nardiston. 



173 



William Strangman of Hadley Castle, co.=f=Mary, marr. 
Essex, esquire; died 8 December 1573. before 6 No- 
Will dated 5 December 1573, proved 19 vemberi542. 
June 1574, by Bartholomew Strangman, son ist wife. 
(P.C.C. 28 Mariyn). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Chelmsford 27 March 1574 (C Vol. i6g. 
No. ss)- He marr. 2ndly Joan, dau. of 
Sir William Kemp. /|\ 



Margaret Barnar- 
diston, mentioned 
in her father's 
will 6 November 
1542; living 14 
June 1552. 



Anne Barnar- 
diston; living 
26 December 
1559- 



Sir William Fish of Biggleswade, co. Bedford, knight ; knighted at=j=Elizabeth, marr. before 



Newmarket 27 November 1617. Administration granted 10 June 
1646, to son-in-law John Smith (P.C.C. 96 T'lVisse). 



29 July 1610 ; living 
25 February 163I. 



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Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston of=j=Jane Soame, dau. of Sir Stephen 



Great Coates, co. Lincoln, 
knight {see page 171). 



Soame of Little Thurlow 
CO. Suffolk. 



Hall, 



Sir John Rolt of= 
Milton Ernest, co. 
Bedford, knight ; 
knighted at White- 
hall 9 August 
1 64 1 ; bur. at 
Milton Ernest 20 
November 1651. 
Will dated 7 No- 
vember 165 1, 
proved i Decem- 
ber 1651 (P.C.C. 
247 Grey). 



=Anne, born before 
16 1 7; marr. r/>ra 1640; 
executrix to her hus- 
band's will I December 
165 1 ; mentioned in 
will of her brother, 
Nathaniel Barnardis- 
ton, 22 March idl,^ ; 
bur. at Milton Ernest 
18 August 1 69 1. Will 
dated 13 January 1 6|^|*, 
with codicil dated 23 
October 1690, proved 
17 September 169 1 
(P.C.C. 147 Vere). 



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Sir Thomas Barnardiston of= 
Ketton, CO. Suffolk, knight and 
baronet; admitted to Gray's Inn 
I May 1635; knighted at White- 
hall 4 July 1 64 1 ; M.P. for Bury 
St. Edmunds October 1645 to 
December 1648, and for co. Suffolk 
12 July 1654 to 1655, 20 August 
1656 to 1658 and 17 January 
165^; commanded a regiment of 
foot for the Parliament in 1648 ; 
created a baronet 7 April 1663; 
died 4 October, bur. at Ketton 
14 October 1669. Administra- 
tion granted 6 November 1669 
(P.C.C.) {See '"'- Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. III., 
page 246.) 



=Anne Armyne, 
dau. of Sir Wil- 
liam Armyne of 
Osgodby, CO. Lin- 
coln, ist baronet, 
by Elizabeth his 
ist wife, dau. of 
Sir Michael Hicks 
of Beverstone 
Castle, CO. Glou- 
cester ; born 6 
August, bapt. at 
Lavington, co. 
Lincoln, 8 Au- 
gust 1624; bur. at 
Ketton 2 5 August 
1671, 



Joan Barnardis- Sir Thomas Barnardiston of Ketton,= 

ton, bapt. at St. baronet; admitted to Gray's Inn 19 

Andrew Under- June 1667; succeeded his father as 

shaft, London, 2nd baronet 4 October 1669; M.P. 

10 July 1643; fo*" Grimsby 31 March 1685 to 1687, 

bur. at Ketton and for Sudbury 14 October 1690 to 

10 April 1677. 1698; died, aged 52, 7 October, bur. 

at Ketton 15 October 1698. Will 

dated 17 August 1696, proved 24 

January 169I (P.C.C. 2 Fett). 



^Elizabeth King, dau. and heir of Sir 
Robert King of Boyle, co. Roscom- 
mon, by Sophia his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Sir Edward Zouche of Woking, co. 
Surrey ; marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 26 July 1670; died, 
aged 56, 8 October, bur. at Ketton 21 
October 1707. Will dated 15 August 
1704, proved 17 November 1707 
(P.C.C. 273 Foley). 



174 



A daughter (un- 
named), bur. in 
infancy. M.I. 



Nathaniel Barnardiston of= 
Shoreditch Place, Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, esquire ; executor 
to his mother's will 1 2 Septem- 
ber 1669; died 4 April, bur. at 
Ketton, CO. Suffolk, 13 April 
1680. Will dated 22 March 
]6|^, proved 29 July 1680 
(P.C.C. 91 Bath), 



=Elizabeth Bacon, dau. of Nathaniel Bacon of 
Friston, co. Suffolk, by . . . his wife, dau. of 
Sir Thomas Legrosse; marr. 24 May 1648; 
executrix to her husband's will 29 July 1680 ; 
mentioned in will of her brother-in-law, 
Arthur Barnardiston, 20 December 1691 ; 
bur. at Ketton 25 October 1692. Adminis- 
tration granted 7 November 1692 (P.C.C.) 



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(yFor issue see page lyg.) 



Nathaniel Barnardiston, 
died before 10 July 
i66g. 



William Barnardiston, 
died before 30 March 
1668. 



Nathaniel Barnardiston of Smyrna ; men- 
tioned in will of his grandmother, Jane 
Barnardiston, 10 July 1669; died at Smyrna. 
Administration granted 13 June 1689, to 
Sir Thomas Barnardiston, brother (P.C.C.) 



Sir Thomas Barnardiston of Ketton, baronet ;= 
born 7 August 1674; succeeded his father 
as 3rd baronet 7 October 1698; died, aged 
26, 12 November, bur. at Ketton 21 No- 
vember 1700. M.I. Will dated 31 October 
1700. Administration granted 4 February 
170^ (P.C.C. 17 Hern). 



=Anne Rothwell, dau. and coheir of Sir Richard 
Rothwell of Ewerby, co. Lincoln, baronet, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Robert Clifton ; 
marriage licence (Faculty Office) dated 16 
February 169!, then aged 19; died 14 February, 
bur. at Ketton 21 February 170^^. Will dated 
16 November 1700, with codicil dated 13 
January 170I, proved 23 July 1702 (P.C.C. 
1 10 Hern). 



Elizabeth Bar- 
nardiston, born 
23 January, bapt. 
at Ketton 6 Feb- 
ruary 169I; bur. 
there 7 May 1 71 1. 



Sir John Shaw of Eltham, co. Kent,= 
baronet ; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 23 June 1702, aged 15, 
M.A. by decree 3 April 1707; 
succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 
II December 1721 ; died 4 March, 
bur. at Eltham 13 March 173^. 
Administration granted 26 March 
1739 (P.C.C.) 

175 



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=Anna Maria, bapt. at Ketton i July 
1697; marr. 27 September 1716; 
died 30 November, bur. at Eltham 
10 December 1755. Will dated 
24 May 1753, with codicil dated 10 
September 1755, proved 16 December 
1755, by Sir John Shaw, baronet, 
son, the sole executor (P.C.C. 
328 Paul). 



Thomasine Brand,= 
dau. of Joseph 
lirand of Edward- 
stone, CO. Suffolk, 
by Thomazine his 
wife, dau . of Thomas 
Trotter of London ; 
died 1654. ist 
wife. 



=Sir Samuel Barnardiston of Brightwell, co.= 
Suffolk, baronet; born 23 June 1620; created 
a baronet 11 May 1663; Sheriff for co. 
Suffolk 1666-67 ; M.P. for CO. Suffolk 24 
February 167I to 1681 and 3 March i6|^ 
to 1702 ; admitted to Gray's Inn 10 March 
1672; Deputy-Governor of the East India 
Company ; died at Bloomsbury Square, 
London, aged 88, 8 November, bur. at 
Brightwell 28 November 1707. Will dated 
10 July I 706, with codicil dated 5 November 
1707, proved 5 December 1707 (P.C.C. 
254 Foley). {See ^'■Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. III., page 244..) 



=Mary Reynardson, dau. of 
Sir Abram Reynardson, Lord 
Mayor of London, by Eleanor 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Richard 
Wynne of Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop ; bur. at St. Martin 
Outwich, London, 13 Feb- 
ruary 17!^. Will dated 13 
December 1729, with codicil 
dated 26 January i7§^, 
proved 18 February 17!^ 
(P.C.C. 29 Auber). 2nd wife. 



I 
Samuel Barnardiston, 
bapt. at Ketton, co. Suf- 
folk, 20 May 1654; 
mentioned in will of his 
grandmother, Jane Bar- 
nardiston, 10 July 1669 ; 
died at Smyrna. Ad- 
ministration granted 13 
June 1689, to his 
brother, Sir Thomas 
Barnardiston (P.C.C.) 



Sir Philip Skippon of W'rentham, co. Suffolk= 
(youngest son of the celebrated Major-General 
Philip Skippon) ; born at Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, on Wednesday, 28 October 1641, 
bapt. there on Monday following ; knighted at 
Whitehall 19 April 1675; M.P. for Dunwich 
21 February 167^ to 1681 and 16 January 
i68f to 1 69 1 ; died 8 August, bur. at Ketton 
14 August 1 69 1. Will dated 27 October 1688, 
proved 29 December 1691 (P.C.C. 220 Vere). 
He marr. istly Amy, dau. of Francis Brewster 
of W^rentham. 



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=Anne, bapt. at Ketton 
10 December 1655; 
marr. at St. Bride's, 
Fleet Street, Lon- 
don, marriage licence 
(Vicar-General) dated 

6 June 1679 (marriage 
settlements dated 7 
June 1679) ; died 

7 October, bur. at 
Ketton 1 1 October 
1683. I St wife. 



Nathaniel Bar- Sir Robert Barnardiston of=Elizabeth Cheeke, died 
nardiston, bur. Ketton, baronet; succeeded 16 February, bur. at 
at Ketton 25 his brother as 4th baronet 12 
March 1678. November 1700; died 16 July, 

bur. at Ketton 24 July 1728. 

Will dated 20 February 1 72^, 

proved 20 January 172^ 

(P.C.C. 4 Abbott). 



Long Melford, co. 
Suffolk, 20 February 
i73g-. Will dated 12 
June 1732, proved 
16 March 173^ (P.C.C. 
55 Brodrepp). 



Sophia Barnardiston, 
died in infancy, bur. 
at Ketton 15 March 
i67f. 



Sir Anthony Thomas Abdy of Felix Hall, co. Essex, baronet; succeeded= 
his father as 3rd baronet 2 April 1704; of Trinity College, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 April 1707, aged 17; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 
1708; died, aged 43, 11 June 1733. W'ill dated 28 April 1733, 
proved 19 June 1733, by Dame Anne Abdy (P.C.C. 168 Price). He 
marr. istly Mary, dau. and heir of Hope Gifford of Colchester, co. 
Essex, and 3rdly Anne, dau. and heir of Thomas Williams of Tendring 
Hall, CO. Suffolk, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Barnardiston {see page 178). ^ 

176 



=Charlotte, born after 
16 November 1700; 
marr. at Ketton 4 June 
1720, marriage licence 
(Bury) ; dated 4 June 
1720, then aged 19 ; 
died 19 February 
2nd wife. 



i73i 



Stephen Barnardis- 
ton, died in infancy. 
M.I. _ 

John Bamardiston. 



Pelethiah Barnardiston of Hackney,^ 
CO. Middlesex, esquire ; executor to 
his mother's will 12 September 
1669; bur. at Ketton, co. Suffolk, 
23 July 1679. Will dated 14 July 
1679, proved 27 January 
(P.C.C. 2 Bath). 






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=Martha Turnor, dau. of Richard 
Turnor of Totteridge, co. Hertford ; 
executrix to her husband's will 27 
January i6-|^; living 10 January 
169I; taken from Hackney for 
burial at Ketton 9 July 1707. She 
marr. 2ndly William Bird of Hackney. 



{For issue see page 180.) 



John Barnardiston,= 
merchant ; bapt. at 
Ketton 1 1 June 
1658; administra- 
tor to his wife 
19 January 169^; 
living 10 July 1706. 



=Margaret Cordell, 
dau. of Sir Robert 
Cordell of Long 
Melford, co. Suf- 
folk, baronet ; bur. 
at Ketton 30 
November 1687. 
Administration was 
granted 19 January 
i69f. 



Sir Joseph Brand of^ 
Edwardstone, co. Suffolk ; 
knighted at Whitehall 16 
April 1679. ^Vill dated 
26 August 1699, proved 10 
October 1714 (P.C.C. 187 
Aston). He marr. istly 
Ann, dau. and heir of John 
Rich of CO. Essex. 



=Mary, not 21, 10 July 
1669; marr. before 27 
October 1688; men- 
tioned in will of her 
uncle. Sir Samuel 
Barnardiston, 10 July 
1706; executrix to her 
husband's will 10 Oc- 
tober 1 7 14. 2nd wife. 



/K 



Nathaniel Barnardiston 
of Ketton, esquire ; 
bapt. at Ketton 20 May 
1679. ^^'11 dated 19 
February 170-, proved 
30 September 1702 
(P.C.C. 143 Hern). 



Sir Samuel Barnardiston of= 
Ketton, CO. Suffolk, and of 
Liston Hall, co. Essex, baronet; 
bapt. at Ketton 20 January 
i68y; succeeded his brother 
as 5th baronet 16 July 1728; 
died, aged 55, 4 February, 
bur. at Ketton 13 February 
173I. M.I. 



=Katharine Winn, dau. of Sir Rowland 
Winn of Nostell, co. York, by Lgetitia 
his wife, dau. of Edward Harbord ; 
bapt. at Wragby, co. York, 9 April 
1708; marr. in August 1730; bur. 
at Ketton 3 December 1757. Will 
dated 6 July 1754, proved 22 De- 
cember 1757, by Colonel Edmund 
Winn, brother (P.C.C. 350 Herring). 



John Barnardiston of Melford, co. Suffolk, esquire ;= 
executor to will of his brother, Nathaniel Barnardiston, 
30 September 1702; bur. at Ketton 11 December 
1731. Will dated 25 July 1731, proved i February 173^, 
by Dame Elizabeth Barnardiston (P.C.C. 30 Bedford). 



=Sophia Rich, 
died before 25 
Julyi73i. She 
marr. istly 
William Grey. 



Elizabeth Barnar- 
diston, bapt. at 
Ketton 2 June 
1683; living 23 
October 1690. 



Sir John Barnardiston of Long=Elizabeth Blakeway, dau. of 

Melford, baronet ; succeeded his William Blakeway of Stepney, 

uncle as 6th baronet 4 February 

lysfj bur. at Ketton 29 September 

1745. Will dated 28 January 174I, 

proved 13 November 1745 (P.C.C. 

290 Seymer). 

177 



CO. Middlesex, sailmaker ; 
executrix to her husband's will 
13 November 1745; living in 
June 1749. 



William Barnardiston 
of London, merchant; 
mentioned in his 
father's will lo Sep- 
tember 165 1 ; died at 
Aleppo. Will dated 
7 P'ebruary r64^. Ad- 
ministration granted 
9 January 166°, 
and again 22 Feb- 
ruary 167! (P.C.C. 
1 1 Betice). 



John Brooke= 
(son and heir 
of Sir Robert 
Brooke of 
Cockfield, CO. 
Suffolk); died 
in 1652. ist 
husband. 



=Jane, administratrix to= 
her 2nd husband 5 Jan- 
uary 167^; mentioned 
in will of her brother, 
Nathaniel Barnardiston, 
22 March 164^; bur. 
at Ketton, co. Suffolk, 
27 March 1682. Ad- 
ministration granted 10 
April 1683, to Sir 
St. Andrew St. John, 
baronet, son-in-law. 



=Sir William Blois of Cockfield 
Hall ; bom 4 February, bapt, 
at Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk, 
16 February i62|-; knighted 
at Whitehall 9 December 
1661 ; bur. at Grundisburgh 
25 November 1675. ^"^^ 
dated 19 November 1675. 
Administration granted 5 Jan- 
uary 1674 (P.C.C. 117 Bence). 
He marr. istly, Martha, dau. 
of Sir Robert Brooke of 
Cockfield Hall. 2nd husband. 



/K 



Mary Lloyd, dau. of= 
Sir Richard Lloyd of 
Halam, co. Notting- 
ham, knight ; marr. at 
Westminster Abbey 
2 January 167.}; died 
II May, bur. at 
Ketton 19 May 1687. 
ist wife. 



=Arthur Barnardiston of Hoxton,= 
CO. Middlesex, esquire ; executor 
to his mother's will 12 Septem- 
ber 1669; died at Moorfields, 
London, on Thursday, 31 De- 
cember 169 1, bur. at Ketton 
7 January 169^^. Will dated 20 
December 1691, proved 16 and 
18 January 169^ (P.C.C. 2 Fane). 



/K 



i^For issue see page 181 .) 



=Mary Luke, dau. of Sir Samuel 
Luke of Woodend, co. Bedford ; 
bapt. at St. Anne's, Blackfriars, 
London, 27 January i64y; "i^rr. 
at St. James', Duke Place, London, 
on Wednesday, 23 December 1691 ; 
died I May 17 18. She marr. istly 
Simon Middleton of Hackney, co. 
Middlesex ; 2ndly . . . Ellis ; 
and 4thly, in June 1692, Samuel 
Blacker by (.y^£' next page.) 2nd wife. 



Thomas Williams of Stoke-by-Nayland, co. 
executor to wills of Dame Elizabeth Barnardiston 17 
November 1707, and Sir Samuel Barnardiston 5 December 
1707; bur. at Stoke-by-Nayland 17 April 17 18. Will 
dated 23 March 171^^, proved 30 May 17 18, by Sir John 
Williams, knight, brother (P.C.C. 116 Tefiison). 



Suffolk ,-=f=Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Ketton 30 August 
1659 ; marr. after 
27 October 1688 ; 
living 13 Decem- 
ber 1729. 



Martha Barnar- 
diston, born 18 
June, bapt. at 
Milton Ernest, 
CO. Bedford, 7 
July 1663. 



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Armine Barnardiston, bapt. at 
Coleby, co. Lincoln, 22 December 
1664; bur. at Ketton 10 April 
1677. 



Jane Barnardiston, 
bapt. at Ketton 29 
January i66|. 



Michael Barnardiston, bapt. at 
Stallingborough, co. Lincoln, 19 
July 1666; died at Smyrna, bur. at 
Ketton I 7 June 1679. 



178 



Pedigree of Barnardiston of Brightwell, co. Suffolk. 



Barnardiston. 

[Vol. 8, p. 4I-] 



Nathaniel Barnardiston of= 
Shoreditch Place, Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex {see page 175). 



=Elizabeth Bacon, dau. 
of Nathaniel Bacon of 
Friston, co. Suffolk. 



Anne Barnardiston, born 27 
January, bapt. at Hackney 
13 February 165^; bur. at 
Ketton, CO. Suffolk, 13 
December 165 1. 



Nathaniel Barnardiston, born 
24 November 1652, bapt. at 
Hackney 26 May 1653; bur. 
at Ketton 10 September 1668. 



Robert Man of= 
Norwich, co. Nor- 
Norfolk, gent ; 
aged 26, 4 October 
1669 ; mentioned 
in his father-in- 
law's will 2 2 March 
i6|-i}; living 23 
October 1690. 



=-Jane, born 1 5 May, 
bapt. at Hackney 
26 May 1653 ; 
marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) 
dated 4 October 
1669, then aged 
17 ; living 23 Oc- 
tober 1690. 



Thomas Barnardiston, 
born 25 August, bapt. 
at Hackney 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1656; died 
before 10 July 1669. 



Samuel Barnardiston, 
born 24 October, 
bapt. at Hackney 11 
November 1657; died 
in infancy. 



Samuel Blackerby 
Gray's Inn, London, 
esquire ; born at Church 
Langton, co. Leicester ; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 
10 February 167^; 
mentioned in will of 
Arthur Barnardiston 20 
December 1691 ; bur. at 
St. Sepulchre's, London. 
Will dated 22 February 
171-^, with codicil dated 
20 September 17 14, 
proved 14 April 17 15, 
by Nathaniel Blackerby, 
son (P.C.C. 64 Fagg). 
He marr. 2ndly Mary 
Luke, widow of Arthur 
Barnardiston {see previous 
page). /K 



of=f=Elizabeth, born 
1 7 November, 
bapt. at Hackney 
26 November 
1658; marr. circa 
1678; died in 
November 1691, 
and bur. at St. 
Sepulchre's, Lon- 
don {Chan. Pro.., 
Reynardson, Jl6, 
23)' 



Sir Samuel Barnardiston of= 
Brightwell, co. Suffolk, 
baronet ; born 28 January, 
bapt. at Hackney 9 February 
i6|-Q^; admitted to Gray's 
Inn 10 February 16^^; 
M.P. for Ipswich 26 July 
1698 to 1700; administrator 
to his mother 7 November 
1692 ; succeeded his uncle 
as 2nd baronet 8 November 
1707 ; died in Charterhouse 
Yard, London, aged 49, 
3 January, bur. at Ketton 
II January 17^^. M.I. 
Will dated 12 July 1694, 
proved 8 December 171 1 
(P.C.C. 251 Young). 



=Martha Richmond, 
dau. and coheir 
of Thomas Rich- 
mond of London, 
apothecary ; marr. 
13 August 1709. 
Administration was 
granted 20 June 
1718 (P.C.C.) She 
marr. 2ndly Charles 
Edwin of Lincoln's 
Inn, London. 



Sir Pelethiah Barnardiston of Brightwell, 
baronet; bapt. at Hackney 9 September 
1663 ; succeeded his brother as 3rd baronet 
3 January i7ixr5 executor to will of his 
brother, Sir Samuel Barnardiston, 8 December 
1 7 1 1 ; died, aged 48, 4 May, bur. at Ketton 
i3Mayi7i2. M.I. Will dated 7 March 171!, 
proved 12 June 17 12 (P.C.C. 109 Barnes). 



Martha Barnardiston, 
bur. at Ketton 24 
December 1667. 



Anne Barnardiston, 
died, under the age 
of 21, in December 
1 68 1, bur. at Ketton 
5 January 168^. 



179 



Pelethiah Bamardiston of=i=Martha Tumor, dau. of 



Hackney, co. Middlesex, 
esquire (see page 177). 



Richard Turnor of Totteridge, 
CO. Hertford. 



Jane Bamardiston, bapt. 
at St. Helen's, Bishops- 
gate, London, 30 October 
1666; mentioned in will 
of her grandmother. 
Dame Jane Bamardiston, 
10 July 1669; bur. at 
Ketton, CO. Suffolk, 24 
April 1673. 



Martha Bamar- Sir Nathaniel Bamardiston of Brightwell, co. 

diston, baptised Suffolk, baronet ; bapt. at Hackney 5 September 

at Hackney 9 1672 ; one of the Six Clerks in Chancery 17 

March i67y; January if^^ to 13 August 1709 ; succeeded his 

bur. at Ketton cousin as 4th baronet 4 May 171 2; died at 

7 July 167 1. Brightwell Hall on Sunday, 21 September, bur. 

at Brightwell 3 October 17 12. M.I. Will dated 

2 October 1708, with codicil dated 10 October 

1 7 10, proved 23 October 1712 (P.C.C. 

182 Barnes), 



Samuel Bamardiston= 
of London, merchant, 
and of Brightwell 
Hall ; died, aged 50, 
7 October, bur. at 
Brightwell 1 5 Oc- 
tober 1725. Will 
dated i November 
1 7 12, proved 9 Au- 
gust 1726 (P.C.C. 
157 Plyjnouth). 



=Anne Blackerby, dau. 
of Samuel Blackerby, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau, of Nathaniel 
Bamardiston (see pre- 
vioiis page) ; died, 
aged 43, 6 June, bur. 
at Brightwell 14 June 
1727. Will dated 
8 April 1727, with 
codicil dated 5 June 
1727, proved 6 July 
1727, by Catherine 
Blanford, sister (P.C.C. 
157 Farrant and 
74 Brook). 



Sir Robert Clarke of Snailwell,=j=Mary, unmar- 
ried 10 July 
1706; adminis- 
tratrix to her 
father 10 Feb- 
ruary 17^^; 
died in January 
i73f- 



CO. Cambridge, baronet ; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 23 
June 1701 ; M.P. for co. 
Cambridge April 1717 to 1722; 
succeeded his father as 2nd 
baronet 8 March i7if ; 
executor to will of his brother- 
in-law, Samuel Bamardiston, 
9 August 1726; died 18 
November 1746. Will dated 
21 February i7ff, with codicil 
dated 2 June 1741, proved 
27 February and 11 March 
i74y, by Sir Samuel Clarke, 
son, the sole executor (P.C.C. 
35 and 65 Potter). /^ 



Mary Bamardiston, 
not 21, 8 April 1727; 
living 4 February 
i73f- 



Samuel Bamardiston, died, 
aged 13, 25 August, bur. 
at Brightwell 31 August 

1725- 



180 



Mary Lloyd, dau. of Sir-=i=Arthur Barnardiston of= 



Richard Lloyd of Halam, co. 
Nottingham, knight, istwife. 



Hoxton, CO. Middlesex, 
esquire (see page I'jS). 



=Mary Luke, dau. of 
Samuel Luke of Woodend, 
CO. Bedford. 2nd wife. 



Nathaniel Bar- 
nardiston, died 
before 20 De- 
cember 1691. 



AnneMorrice,dau.= 
and coheir of John 
Morrice of New- 
mans Hall, CO. 
Essex, by Anne 
his wife ; marr. in 
1728; died, aged 
23, 19 August, bur. 
at Brightwell, co. 
Suffolk, 28 August 
1731. ist wife. 



=Arthur Barnardiston= 
of Brightwell Hall; 
died at Staines, co. 
Middlesex, aged 51, 
3 April, bur. at 
Brightwell 1 1 April 
1737. M.L Will 
dated 4 February 
i73t5 with codicil 
dated 26 March 
i737> proved 19 
April 1737 (P.C.C. 
75 Wake). 



Thomas Whetham of=p=Anne, marr. 8 



Wyboston, co. Bedford; 
served at Dettingen 
as a Cornet of 
Dragoons ; died at 
Brackwood, co. Hert- 
ford, aged 81, 27 
November 1806. (See 
Gent's Mag., Vol. 77, 
page 84.) ^ 



August 1752; 
bur. at Bright- 
well 5 February 
1763. 



Mary, died 
29 July 1760. 
She married 
. . . Jefferys. 



=Mary Jennens, 
dau. of Richard 
Jennens of 

Princethorpe, co. 
Warwick, by 

Susan his wife ; 
bapt. 13 October 
1709; marr. at 
St. James', Picca- 
dilly, London, 20 
July 1732, mar- 
riage settlements 
dated 10 July 
1732 ; died at 
Hayes, co. Mid- 
dlesex, aged 79, 
7 May, bur. at 
Brightwell 18 
May 1788. Will 
dated 22 October 
1 78 1, with codicil 
dated 1 2 October 
1784, proved 17 
Junei788(P.C.C. 
291 Calverf). 
2nd wife. 



Jane Barnardis- 
ton, mentioned 
in her father's 
will 20 Decem- 
ber 1691 ; bur. 
at Ketton, co. 
Suffolk, 16 June 
1704. 



Arthur Barnardiston, 
born 15 April 1737 ; 
bur. at Brightwell 23 
February 174I. Ad- 
ministration granted 
24 March 174I, to 
his mother (P.C.C.) 



Jane Barnar- 
diston, bur. 
at Brightwell 
8 July 1737- 



Richard Heber of Marton,= 
CO. York, esquire ; died at 
Marton, aged 39, 22 July 
1766, bur. there. Will 
dated 4 May 1757, with 
codicils dated 9 January 
1 761 and 16 November 
1765, proved at York 
16 August 1766 (Vol. no, 
fo. 203). 



=Elizabeth, marr. at St. 
George's, Queen Square, 
Bloomsbury, London, 25 
November 1756; executrix to 
her husband's will 16 August 
1766, and her mother's will 
17 Tune 1788; died 18 March 
1803. Will dated 7 July 
1 80 1, proved 5 April 1803, 
by Mary Heber, daughter 
(P.C.C. 330 Marriott). 



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iSi 



Barnardiston. 

[Vol. 8, p. 41.] 



Pedigree of Barnardiston of co. Bedford. 



George Barnardiston of Northill,= 
CO. Bedford living 4 February 
i53f {see page 171). 



=Elizabeth Burley, dau. and heir 
of Thomas Burley of Lynn, co, 
Norfolk. I St wife. 



JohnBarnardistonoflckwellbury, in Northill, esquire; mentioned=j=Joan Miller, dau. and coheir 
in will of Sir Thomas Barnardiston 10 September 1551 ; Sheriff of Thomas Miller of King's 



for CO. Bedford 13 November 1576; bur. at Northill 27 March 
1 58 7. Administration granted 21 June 1587 (P.C.C. 36 Spe?icer). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Bedford 14 July 1587 (C. Vol. 212, No. 57). 



Lynn, co. Norfolk, merchant; 
bur. at Northill 27 November 
1568. 



George Barnardiston of Ickwellbury,=f=Mary Perient, dau. of Sir George Perient of Digswell, co. 



esquire ; mentioned in will of Sir 
Thomas Barnardiston 10 September 
1551; died in 1575. 



Hertford; bur. at Northill 15 October 1577. She marr. 
istly William Clopton of Kentwell, co. Suffolk, esquire, 
who died 17 August 1562. 



Joan Barnar- Robert Barnardiston of Ickwellbury,= 
diston, bapt. esquire ; born 24 August, bapt. at 
at Northill Northill 27 August 1569 ; made 
26 November a settlement of the manor of Ick- 
1568; bur. wellbury 10 June 16 18; died at 
there 29 May Ickwellbury 4 August 1631, bur. there. 
1569. Will dated 26 July 1631, proved at 

Bedford 22 March 163. v. Inq. p. m. 

taken at Bedford 8 March 163^ 

(C. Vol. 481, No. 37). 



=Katharine Mordaunt, dau. of the Hon'^'* 
George Mordaunt of Northill (son of 
John, ist Lord Mordaunt), by Cicely his 
wife, dau. and coheir of John Harding 
of Harding, co. Bedford, esquire ; marr. 
at Warden, co. Bedford, 25 September 
1587 ; mentioned in will of her son, 
Henry Barnardiston, 11 December 1640; 
bur. at Northill 10 May 1646. 



Margaret Hawes,= 
dau. and coheir 
of Robert Hawes 
of Bedford, gent, 
thrice Mayor of 
Bedford, by Sarah 
his wife; bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Bedford, 
2 7 July 1 600; marr. 
there 23 May 16 16. 
I St wife. 

Felix Clarke of=T= 
Edmonton, co, 
Middlesex, gent ; 
entered his pedi- 
gree in the Visita- 
tion of Middlesex 
1663. 



=Henry Barnardiston of Ickwellbury,= 
esquire ; aged " 30 and more " 
8 March 163^; executor to his 
father's will 2 2" March 163!; died 
at Ickwellbury 28 December 1640. 
Will dated 11 December 1640, 
proved 12 February i64y (P.C.C. 
46 Rivers). Inq. p. m. taken 
at Ampthill 20 March 164I 
(C, Vol. 706, No. 40). 



=Elizabeth Anlaby, dau. of Thomas 
Anlaby of Etton, co. York, esquire, by 
Sarah his 2nd wife, dau. of Gervase 
Cressy of Birkin, co. York ; marr. at 
Etton 9 June 1635; executrix to her 
husband's will 12 February 164^; 
living 5 June 1645. She marr. 2ndly 
. . , Browne, 2nd wife. 



=Margaret,bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Bedford, 13 
January 161^. 



Robert Barnardiston of=f=Anne Vaughan, dau. of Sir William 



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Ickwellbury, esquire ; 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bedford, 12 July 162 1 ; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 
24 October 1638; aged 
23, 22 July 1644. 



Vaughan, Royalist Commander in 
Shropshire {see '■'■ Dictio7iary of 
National Biography," Vol. LVIII., 
page i8j) ; marr. before 28 De- 
cember 1640; bur. at Northill 17 
January 1674. 

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Robert Barnardiston of Cople, co, Bedford, esquire ;=^Martha Dell, marr. at Warden 25 



bur, at Northill 26 December 1674. Will dated 24 
December 1674, proved 10 April 1675 (P.C.C, 32 Dycer). 



September 1673; executrix to her 
husband's will 10 April 1675. 



Vaughan Barnardiston, bapt. at 
Cople 12 May 1674; bur. at 
Northill II March i67-|, 

182 



Thomas Barnardiston, Christopher Barnardiston of Northill; received John Barnardiston, 



living lo September 
1551 ; died before 20 
March 15 81 bur. at 
Northill, CO. Bedford, 



grant of lands in Northill from his father 

20 March i58|-; returned as a lunatic by 

Inquisition held at Shefiford 19 December 

1589 {C. Vol. 225, No. 67); bur. at Northill 
17 February i59f. 



bur. at Northill 
I October 1593. 



John Wynch of Cotton End, in Cardington,= 
CO. Bedford, gent (younger brother of Walter 
Wynch and nephew of Sir Humphry Wynch); 
Will (undated) proved 3 June 1654 (P.C.C. 
239 Alchin). /f\ 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at Warden, co. Bedford, 2 March 
i59|-; marr. at Northill 25 February 161^, mar- 
riage licence (Bedford) dated 18 February 16 if; 
executrix to her husband's will 3 June 1654. 



Anlaby Barnardiston, 
bapt. at Northill 15 
November 1638; bur. 
at Warden 8 May 
1660. 



Henry Barnardiston of 
Westminster ; bapt. at 
Northill 22 March i6f^; 
died abroad. Administra- 
tion granted 16 January 
1671 (P.C.C.) 



Herbert Rimbron of= 
Westminster, gent ; 
aged 32, 6 March i66f. 



^Catharine, marriage 
licence (Vicar- 

General) dated 6 
March i66|, then 
aged 22. 



Katharine Barnardiston, 
bapt. at Northill 4 Novem- 
ber 1623; bur. there 11 
November following. 



Thomas Barnardiston, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bedford, 29 December 
1624; died in infancy. 



George Barnardiston, bapt. at Henlow, 
CO. Bedford, 3 January i62|-; men- 
tioned in his father's will 1 1 December 
1640; Hving 12 November 1660. 



Sarah, bapt. at St. Mary's, Bedford, 
29 April 1643 ; marr. Robert Nelson. 



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Dorothy Barnardiston, bapt. 
at Northill 25 August 
1645. 



Vaughan Barnardiston, 
bapt. at Northill 21 
August 1647. 



183 



Mary Wynch, dau. of John= 
Wynch of Northill, co. 
Bedford, by Elizabeth his 
wife, and sister of Sir 
Humphry Wynch ; marr. 
at Northill 12 June 1582, 
marriage settlements dated 
9 June 1582 ; (?) bur. 
there 24 September 1594. 
I St wife. 



=Sigismund Barnardiston of Over= 
Caldecote, in Cardington, co. Bed- 
ford, gent ; aged 40 and more 1 9 
December 1589; died 30 October, 
bur. at Cardington 2 November 162 1. 
Will dated October 162 1, proved at 
Bedford 26 November 162 1. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Biggleswade 9 August 
1626 (C. Vol. 42p, No. 133). 



=Frances, marr. at Warden, co. 
Bedford, i December 1597; 
executrix to her husband's 
will 26 November 162 1. She 
marr. istly William Wynch 
of Everton, co. Bedford, 
gent, elder brother of Sir 
Humphry Wynch. 2nd wife. 



Rev. Charles Law-= 
rence. Rector of 
Upper Stondon, co. 
Bedford ; Scholar of 
Caius College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted 1 1 
June 16 10, aged 18, 
B.A. 16 1 2, M.A. 
161 7. He marr. 
2ndly Mary Allen. 



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=Martha, mentioned 
in will of her uncle, 
Edward Barnardis- 
ton, 16 January 
i6o4 ; marr. at 
Cardington 24 June 
1616 ; bur. at 
Upper Stondon 26 
September 1631. 



Walter Wynch of Cotton End, in=f=Joan, married 



Cardington, gent (son of William 
Wynch, by Frances his wife, who 
re-married Sigismund Barnardiston); 
bapt. at Cople, co. Bedford, 4 Oc- 
tober 1581 ; died 19 April 161 5. 
Will dated 15 January i6ii, proved 
at Bedford 13 June 16 15. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Bedford 6 June 161 5 
\C. Vol. 348, No. 130). 



at Warden 5 
March i6of, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 10 
June _ 1603 ; 
executrix to 
her husband's 
will 13 June 
1615. 



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George Barnardiston, Citizen and Girdler= 
of London ; born at Northill ; mentioned as 
2nd son in the settlement of 10 June 
1618; mentioned in wills of his father 
26 July 1 63 1, and his brother, Henry 
Barnardiston, 11 December 1640. Will 
dated 12 November 1660, proved 10 March 
i66§ (P.C.C. 2,2 Juxoft). 



=Alice Eriswell, dau. of Robert Eriswell of 
London ; marr. at St. Anne's, Blackfriars, 
London, 14 December 1637 ; executrix to 
her husband's will 10 March i66|. Will 
dated 23 October 1684, with codicil dated 
28 November 1684, proved 4 December 1684 
(P.C.C. 159 Hare). 



Judith Barnardiston, Benjamin Barnardiston, mentioned Thomas Barnardiston, bapt. at 

bapt. at Henlow, co. in his father's will 11 December Northill 18 January 163^; 

Bedford, 26 June 1640; living 12 November 1660. mentioned in his father's will 

1628; living n De- 11 December 1640; living 12 

cember 1640. November 1660. 



George Barnar-=Catharine Tyler, dau. of Katharine Bar- John Barnar- 
diston, not 21, Francis Tyler of St. Gabriel's, nardiston, bapt. diston, bapt. 
1 2 November Fenchurch Street, London ; at Northill 8 at Northill 4 
i66o. marriage licence (Faculty Office) August 1654. October 1655. 
dated 24 December 1675. 

184 



Anne Bar- 
nardiston. 



Edward Barnardiston of Sandy, co. Bedford, 
gent; of Gray's Inn 5 March 1581 ; re- 
ceived a grant of lands in Northill, co. 
Bedford, from his father 20 March 1581. 
Will dated 16 January i6o|, proved 
27 February i6o| (P.C.C. 6 Stafford). 



Henry Skeggs of Eynesbury,=^Susan, marr. at 
CO. Huntingdon, esquire ; I St. Helen's, Lon- 
entered his pedigree in the don, 10 September 



Visitation of Huntingdon in 
1613. 



/k 



1576 ; administra- 
trix to her father 
21 June 1587. 



John Bamar- George Barnardiston of Everton, co. Bedford,= 
diston, bapt. gent; bapt. at Warden 28 December 1586; 
at Warden, admitted to Gray's Inn 10 February i6of ; 
CO. Bedford, mentioned in the settlement of 10 June 
5 December 1618; executor to will of his brother, John 
1585 ; died Barnardiston, 3 October 162 1 ; died i May 
in infancy. 1628. Will dated 9 November 1627, proved 

27 June 1628 (P.C.C. 63 Barrington). Inq. 

p. m. taken at Bedford 6 August 1628 

(C. 44S, 19)- 



=Margery Scott, dau. of George 
Scott of Hawkhurst, co. Kent, 
by Dorothy his wife, dau. of 
Sir Humphry Wynch of Ever- 
ton, Chief Justice of Ireland ; 
marriage settlements dated 30 
April 161 5. She marr. 2ndly 
at Clifton, co. Bedford, 10 
August 1635, the Rev. Roland 
Mar m ion. 



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Robert Barnardiston, 
bapt. at Northill 19 
September 1596; bur. 
there 24 December 
1608. 



John Barnardiston of Yelden,= 
CO. Bedford ; bapt. at Northill 
II December 1597; mentioned 
as 3rd son in the settlement of 
10 June 1618; mentioned in 
his father's will 26 July 1631 ; 
bur. at Warden 11 July 1651. 
Administration granted 10 
December 165 1 (P.C.C.) 



John Hawkes of London, = 
M.D. ; mentioned in will of 
George Barnardiston 12 No- 
vember 1660. Will proved 
at Bedford 26 May 1670. 



=Katharine, bapt. at 
Warden 9 February 
163^ ; executrix to 
her husband's will 
26 May 1670. 



=Margaret Wynn, dau. of Thomas Wynn 
of Warden, gent, by Ehzabeth his 
wife ; bapt. at Warden 5 September 
1601 ; marr. at Milton Bryan, co. 
Bedford, 5 May 1631 ; administratrix 
to her husband 10 December 1651 ; 
bur. at Warden 23 November 1664. 
Will dated 12 November 1664, proved 
at Bedford 2 January i664. 



John Becher of Elstow,=f=Margaret, living 
CO. Bedford ; mentioned 
in his mother-in-law's 
will 12 November 1664; 
living r8 August 1677. 



A 



12 November 
1664. 



A 



185 



John Stukeley,=Sarah, married at= 
died before 1595. Northill, co. Bed- 
ist husband. ford, 11 June 1582; 

administratrix to 
her father 21 June 
1587 ; executrix to 
her 2nd husband's 
will 14 March 
i6o|. 



=Simon Beckett 
of Turvey, co. 
Bedford, gent ; 
bur. at Turvey 
25 October 1604. 
Will dated 15 
October 1604, 
proved at Bedford 
14 March i6o4. 
2nd husband. 



William Fysshe= 
of Southill, CO. 
Bedford, esquire. 
Will dated 24 
October 1628, 
proved at Bed- 
ford 2 December 
1628. 



=Margaret, marr. 
at Northill, co. 
Bedford, 23 
March 157! ; 
executrix to 
her husband's 
will 2 Decem- 
ber 1628. 



A 



A\ 



John Barnardiston of St. Lawrence 
Jewry, London, merchant ; mentioned 
in the settlements of 30 April 161 5 
and 10 June 161 8. Nuncupative will 
declared at Galetta, near Constantinople, 
18 February 162^, proved 3 October 
1621 (P.C.C. 84 Da/e). 



Elizabeth Barnardiston, bapt. 
at Warden 25 March 1587; 
mentioned in will of her 
uncle, Edward Barnardiston, 
16 January i6o|; living 
9 November 1627. 



Ellen Barnardiston, 
bapt. at Cople, co. 
Bedford, 4 October 
1591- 



Richard Barnardiston, bapt. at= 
Northill 19 August 1604; 
mentioned as 4th son in the 
settlement of 10 June 1618; ad- 
mitted to Gray's Inn 6 August 
1620; mentioned in wills of his 
brother, Henry Barnardiston, 
ri December 1640, and his 
father 26 July 1631 ; living 
21 April 1645. 



=Elizabeth Maynard, dau. 
of Edmund Maynard of 
Great Windley, esquire, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Lewis Mordaunt ; marr. 
at Shelton, co. Bedford, 
2 October 1639 ; living 
1 1 December 1640. 



Thomas Bolton= 
of Tottenham 
High Cross, co. 
Middlesex. 



=Mary, marr. at 
Northill 6 De- 
cember 1630; 
mentioned in 
her father's will 
26 July 1631 ; 
living 1 2 No- 
vember 1660. 



Rev. William Chantrel, bur.= 
at Holy Trinity, Hull, co. York, 
30 September 1643. 



=Katharine, mentioned in her 
father's will 26 July 1631 ; marr. 
at Northill 18 April 1632. 



Jane Barnardiston, bapt. at 
Northill 22 April 1609, bur. 
there the same day. 



Arthur Jordan of=j=Bridget, marr. 



All Hallows-the-Less, 
London, Citizen and 
Vintner ; born at 
Alveston, co. Glou- 
cester. Will dated 
13 December 1670, 
proved 10 May 167 1, 
by Arthur Jordan, 
son and sole executor 
(P.C.C. 62 nt^ke). 
Tst husband. /f\ 



before 12 No- 
vember 1664 ; 
aged about 31, 
18 December 
1671 ; living20 
March i67f. 



=James Birdall of 
St. Clements, East- 
cheap, London, 
merchant; marriage 
licence (Vicar- 

General) dated 18 
December 167 1, 
then aged about 
25. He married 
2ndly in Septem- 
ber 1692, Elizabeth 
Sainthill, widow. 
2nd husbaiid. 



Oliver Barnar- 
diston, bapt. 
at Yelden, co. 
Bedford, 1 1 
January i6|^^ ; 
and bur. there 
18 January 
following. 



Mary Barnardis- 
ton, mentioned 
in will of her 
uncle, George 
Barnardiston, 12 
November 1660; 
executrix to her 
mother's will 2 
January i66y. 



186 



Pedigree of Barnardiston of Clare, co. Suffolk. 



Barnardiston. 

[Vol. 8. p. 41.] 



Elizabeth Hanchett, dau.=7=Sir Thomas Barnardiston of Clare, co.=f=Anne Bygrave. 



of Thomas Hanchett of 
Hamels, in Braughing, 
CO. Hertford, ist wife. 



A 



Suffolk, knight ; made a settlement of 
his lands in Clare and in Essex 28 June 
1 6 1 7 (see page lyo). 



2nd wife. 



Grisel Barnar- Sir William Clopton of Kentwell Hall, in Melford, co. Suffolk,= 

diston, bapt. knight (son of Thomas Clopton, by Mary his wife, dau. of 

at Tottenham, Sir William Walgrave and grandson of William Clopton of 

CO. Middlesex, Kentwell, esquire, by Mary Perient his 2nd wife, see page 182); 

I April 1593; born 27 February, bapt. at Long Melford 13 March 159I; 

died 27 June knighted at Newmarket, co. Cambridge, 20 February i6i|; 

1609, buried died at Horseheath, co. Cambridge, 11 March, bur. at 

at Ketton, co. Melford 12 March 16 if. (Inq. p. m. taken at Ipswich 

Suffolk. M.I. 5 November 16 19.) He marr. 2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
Giles Alington of Horseheath, knight {see page ly). 



Anne, bapt. at 
Clare 7 No- 
vember 1595 ; 
marr. there i 
January 161^ ; 
died, aged 20, 
4 February 
16 if, bur. at 
Melford. ist 
wife. 



/K 



John Brograve= 
GfHamels;bapt. 
at Braughing 24 
April 1597; bur. 
there 2 1 Feb- 
ruary 167^. 



=Hannah, bapt. 
at Clare 7 No- 
vember 1605 ; 
mentioned in 
the settlement 
of 28 June 
161 7 ; marr. at 
St. Olave's, Hart 
Street, London, 
24 May 1623. 



Giles Barnardiston of= 
" The Friars," in Clare, 
esquire ; mentioned in 
the settlement of 28 
June 1 61 7; executor to 
his mother's will 7 July 
1641 ; died before 24 
October 1681. Will 
dated 25 April 1681. 



/K 



=Philippa Walde- 
grave, daughter 
of Sir William 
Waldegrave of 
Smallbridge, in 
Bures, CO. Suffolk, 
by Jemima his 
wife, dau. of Sir 
Nicholas Bacon. 



I i 
Samuel Barnar- 
diston, died 
before 28 June 
1617. 

Mary Barnardis- 
ton, died before 
28 June 1617. 



Thomas Plumbe=j=Elizabeth, bapt 



of CO. Essex ; 
living 8 February 
i68i. 



Thomas Barnar- Giles Barnardiston of=Frances Walde- 
at Clare 17 diston, bapt. at Clare, esquire; bapt. at grave, executrix 
March i6|^ ; Clare 9 April Clare 26 January 1624 ; to her husband's 

married after 162 1. mentioned in will of will 7 February 

3 June 1640; his grandmother. Dame 168^. 

living 5 June Giles Barnardis- Anne Barnardiston, 3 
1679; died be- ton, bapt. at June 1640 ; died at 
fore 8 February Clare i May Chelmsford, co. Essex, 
168.J. 1622; died in 11 January 168°. Will 

/|\ infancy. dated 5 June 1679, 

proved 7 February i68j- 

(P.C.C 20 North). 



Philip Barnar- 
diston, bapt. at 
Clare 26 Jan- 
uary 163^. 



Jemima Barnar- 
diston, living 
3 June 1640. 



Thomas Senior, 
ist husband. 



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=Anne, bapt. at Clare= 
27 November 1634; 
mentioned in will 
of her grandmother. 
Dame Anne Barnar- 
diston, 3 June 1640; 
living 5 June 1679 ; 
died before 15 April 
1681. 

187 



=Abraham Johnson 
of Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, only 
son of Abraham 
Johnson of Hack- 
ney, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of John 
Southcote. 2nd 
husband. 



William Barnar- 
diston, bapt. at 
Clare 3 Septem- 
ber 1627 ; bur. 
at Stradishall, 
CO. Suffolk, 29 
October 1627. 



/K 



Barnardiston. 

[Vol. 8, p. 41.] 



Pedigree of Barnardiston of The Ryes, Sudbury, co. Suffolk. 

Mary Austen, dau.=j=Thomas Barnardiston of St. Stephen's,=j=Ann Polstead, dau. 



of Henry Austen of 
London, ist wife 



Coleman Street, London, Comptroller 
of the Mint {see page lyj). 



of Henry Polstead of 
London. 2nd wife. 



Catharine Bar- 
nardiston, living 
25 February 
1635- 



Richard Poulter,=j=Margaret, mentioned 



living 25 January 
i68i. 



in will of her half- 
brother, Nathaniel 
Barnardiston, i Au- 
gust 1677 ; living 25 
January 168^. 



Cleare 
diston. 



Barnar- 



A\ 



Anne Barnar- 
diston, living in 
1633 (\'isitation 
of London). 



Elizabeth, living 

I August 1677. 
She marr. at St. 
James', Duke 
Place, London, 

II July 1667, 
Elias Lambert. 



Thomas Barnardiston of= 
London, Turkey merchant, 
and of Bury St. Edmunds, 
CO. Suffolk, esquire ; ad- 
ministrator to his son, John 
Barnardiston, 27 May 1701 ; 
died, aged 67, 31 October, 
bur. at Ketton, co. Suffolk, 
5 November 1704. Will 
dated 13 May 1704, proved 
14 November 1704 (P.C.C. 
223 Ash). 



=Elizabeth Clarke, 
dau. of John 
Clarke of Bury 
St. Edmunds, 
esquire, by Mar- 
garet Bourne his 
wife ; married 
in 1674 ; buried 
at Ketton 7 May 
1700. 



Nathaniel Barnar- 
diston of Dublin, 
merchant ; bur. at 
Ketton. Will dated 
I August 1677, with 
codicil dated 1 1 
May 1678, proved 
16 July 1678 
(P.C.C. 73 -Reeve). 



Samuel Barnardis-= 
ton of Smyrna, 
merchant ; men- 
tioned in codicil to 
will of his brother, 
Nathaniel Barnar- 
diston, 1 1 May 
1678; living 23 
April 1709. 



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Thomas Barnardiston of= 
Wyverstone and of Bury St. 
Edmunds, both co. Suffolk, 
esquire ; bapt. at Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex, 18 August 1677; 
admitted to Gray's Inn 24 June 
1701 ; mentioned in wills of 
his father 13 May 1704, and 
of Sir Pelethiah Barnardiston 
7 March 171^; bur. at Ketton. 
Will dated i April 1744, proved 
9 November 1744 (P.C.C. 
248 Anstis). 



=Mary Downing, dau. of 
Sir George Downing, 
baronet, by Frances his 
wife, dau. of Sir William 
Howard ; marr. at Mel- 
ford, CO. Suffolk, 28 
June 1705; died, aged 
57, in 1728, bur. at 
Ketton. Administration 
granted 20 July 1730, to 
her husband (P.C.C.) 



'J'homas Brand=j=Elizabeth, marriage 



of Bury St. Ed- 
munds, sent. 



licence (Bishop of 
London) dated 20 
May 1702, then 
aged 2 1 ; living 
26 January 1769. 



/K 



Thomas Barnardiston of Bury St. Edmunds, Serjeant-at-Law ; bapt. 
at St. James', Bury St. Edmunds, 8 June 1706; of the Middle 
Temple, admitted 29 January i72f, Serjeant-at-Law 4 June 1736; 
executor to his father's will 9 November 1744; Author of "Chancery 
and King's Bench Reports"; died 14 October, bur. at Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 20 October 1752. Will dated 14 May 1745, proved 
9 November 1752 (P.C.C. 268 Bettesworth). (See ^' Didioiiary of 
National Biography" Vol. III., page 247.) 

188 



George Barnardiston, 
bapt. at St. James', 
Bury St. Edmunds, 
28 August 1707; died 
in infancy. 



John Barnardiston. Anne Barnardiston. 



Mary Barnardiston. Sarah Barnardiston. 



John Olivier of=Lydia, marriage licence (Vicar- 
St. Saviour's, General) dated 24 December 
Southvvark, co. 1675, then aged 26; executrix to 
Surrey. will of her brother, Nathaniel 

Barnardiston, 16 July 167S. 



Margaret Barnar- 
diston, bapt. at 
Hackney 1 5 May 
1679 '} bur. at 
St. James', Bury 
St. Edmunds, 25 
October 1680. 



John Barnardiston 
of St. Mary-at-Hill, 
London ; bapt. at 
Hackney, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 1 SNovember 
1680; died at Bury 
St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk, 1 2 January, 
bur. at Ketton, co. 
Suffolk, 14 January 
i70y. Administra- 
tion granted 2 7 May 
1701 (P.C.C.) 



Nathaniel Barnardiston of Islington, = 
CO. Middlesex, Citizen and Turkey 
merchant ; bapt. at St. James', 
Bury St. Edmunds, 23 December 
1681 ; executor to his father's will 
14 November 1704; administrator 
to his son, Timothy Barnardiston, 
12 P^ebruary i74y; mentioned in will 
of his brother, Thomas Barnardiston, 
I April 1744. Will dated 26 January 
1769, with codicil dated 28 August 
1769, proved 22 January 1771 
(P.C.C. 6 Trevor). 



=Bethia Fowler, 
dau. of Timothy 
Fowler ; died 
before 26 Jan- 
uary 1769, 



Timothy Barnardiston of Lincoln's Inn, London ; 
admitted to the Middle Temple 10 May 1728, Barrister- 
at-Law ; mentioned in will of Arthur Barnardiston 
4 February 173^. Administration granted 12 February 
174^ (P.C.C.) 



Nathaniel Barnardiston of Cheapside, 
London, linen draper ; executor to 
his father's will 22 January 1771 ; 
died in 1776. 



Edward Goate of Brent Eleigh, co.- 
Suffolk, esquire ; died, aged 53, 
21 December 1747, bur. at Brent 
Eleigh. M.I. Will dated i Feb- 
ruary 174^, with two codicils dated 
respectively 7 November and 31 
October 1746. Administration 
granted 27 February i74|- (P.C.C. 
50 Strahan). 



=Mary, bapt. at St. James', Bury St. 
Edmunds, 29 November 1708; 
marriage licence (Bury St. Edmunds) 
dated 18 April 1732 ; administratrix 
to her husband 27 February 174-^; 
executrix to will of her brother, 
Thomas Barnardiston, 9 November 
1752; died, aged 95, 17 February 
1804, bur. at Brent Eleigh. M.I. 



Ann Barnardiston, 
bapt. at St. James', 
Bury St. Edmunds, 
1 7 June 1 7 1 2 ; 
died in infancy. 



/K 



John Ewer, D.D., Bishop of Bangor; educated= 
at Eton and King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1728, M.A. 1732, D.D. 1756, Assistant Master 
at Eton ; Rector of Bottesford, co. Leicester 
1735, Canon of Windsor i March 173^, Rector 
of West Ilsley, co. Berks, and of Dengie, co. 
Essex, 1749, Prebendary of Hereford 4 Novem- 
ber 175 1, Bishop of Llandaff 13 September 
1761 and of Bangor 20 December 1768; died 
28 October 1774. Will dated 28 August 
1774, proved 2 December 1774 (P.C.C. 419 
Bargrave). {See '■^Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. XVIII., page g4.) /k 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at St. James', 
Bury St. Edmunds, 19 No- 
vember 1 7 13; marr. at 
St. Anne's, Soho, London, 14 
September 1743; executrix 
to will of her brother, Thomas 
Barnardiston, 9 November 
1752; died, aged 73, 14 April 
1785, bur. at Glashampton, 
CO. Worcester. M.I. at 
Brent Eleigh. 



Lucy Barnar- 
diston, bapt. 
at St. James', 
Bury St. Ed- 
munds, 2 7 Sep- 
tember 1 7 14; 
bur. at Ketton 
30 November 
1737- 



189 



Thomas Morin=Su.san, marr. at All 
of St. Saviour's, Hallows Staining, 
Southwark, co. London, i8 Feb- 
Surrey. ruary i66§, mar- 

riage licence (Vicar 
General) dated 
9 February i66f, 
then aged 24 ; 
living I August 
1677. 



Josiah Gierke of Mark Lane,= 
London, M.D. ; of Peterhouse, 
Cambridge, M.B. 1661, M.D. 
1666, F.R.C.P. 29 July T675, 
elected President 13 September 
1 70S, but resigned 18 December 
following ; died, aged 74, bur. at 
St. Olave's, Hart Street, London. 
Portrait at College of Physicians. 
Will dated 23 April 1709, and 
re-signed 17 August 17 10, 
proved 14 October 17 14 (P.C.C. 
188 Aston.) {See "Dictionary of 
National Biography," Vol. XI., 
page 43.) 



= Abigail, married at 
All Hallows Staining, 
London, 1 8 February 
i66f, marriage licence 
(Vicar-General) dated 
9 February 166^, then 
aged 23; mentioned in 
her brother Nathaniel's 
will I August 1677 ; 
executrix to her 
husband's will 14 
October 17 14. 



Anne Bamardiston, bapt. at 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, 23 
February i68|; mentioned in 
her father's will 13 May 1704; 
bur. at St. James', Bury St. 
Edmunds, 2 May 17 14. 



Samuel Barnardiston, 
bapt. at Hackney 
8 May 1684 ; living 
13 May 1704. 



Benjamin Barnardis- 
ton, living 13 May 
1704. 



Mary Barnardis- 
ton, living 13 
May 1704. 



George Bar- John Barnardiston of Lincoln's Inn, London, = 

nardiston. Solicitor, and of St. John's, Hackney ; 

admitted to Lincoln's Inn 25 June 1743. 

Administration granted 2 November 1781, to 

Nathaniel Barnardiston, son (P.C.C.) 



I 
Edward Bar- 
nardiston, died 
in infancy. 



=Anne Leeds, dau. of Edward 
Leeds of Croxton Park, co. Cam- 
bridge, Serjeant-at-Law ; marr. at 
31 May 1754; died before 
2 November 1781. 



Mary Cook, dau.= 
and heir of 
Richard Cook of 
Cheshunt, co. 
Hertford ; marr. 
at St. Olave's, 
Hart Street, 

London, 30 No- 
vember 1778; 
died in January 
1781. I St wife. 



=Nathaniel Barnardiston of The= 
Ryes, Sudbury, co. Suffolk ; 
born 28 September 1755; died 
at The Ryes, Sudbury, aged 82, 
23 December 1837, bur. at 
Ketton, CO. Suffolk {tio record 
in Register). Will with five 
codicils dated 24 February 
1835 to I November 1837, 
proved 24 March 1838, by 
Nathaniel Clarke Bamardiston, 
son, the surviving executor 
(P.C.C. 146 Nichoil). 



^Elizabeth Johanna Styles, 
only child of John Stack- 
house Styles of Islington, co. 
Middlesex, and of Kingston, 
CO. Surrey; born 12 August 
1759; marr. 25 February 
1783; died on Monday, 13 
March 1843, bur. at Ketton 
(«<? record in Register). 
Will dated 20 May 1842, 
proved 29 April 1843, by 
Nathaniel Clarke Barnardis- 
ton, son, the sole executor 
(P.C.C. 232, 43). 2nd wife. 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol VIII., page 41.) 

190 



Sarah, mentioned in her Clarke Barnardiston of London, Citizen=pAnn Stephens, marr. at 



father's will 13 May 1704; and Skinner; mentioned in his father's 

marr. Samuel Marriott, will 13 May 1704; bur. at Ketton, co. 

marriage licence (Faculty Rutland, 7 August 1731. Will dated 

Office) dated 29 March 2 January 1720, proved 19 August 1731 

1710. =r (P.C.C. 203 Isham). 

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St. Botolph's, Bishops- 
gate, London, 12 April 
1 7 1 6 ; executrix to her 
husband's will 19 August 
1731- 



Thomas Barnardiston, 
born 23 April 17 18, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Cornhill, London, 4 
May 1 7 19; admitted 
to Merchant Taylors' 
School 1727. 



Anna Maria Barnar- 
diston, bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Cornhill, Lon- 
don, 19 July 1720; 
bur. there 11 January 
172^. 



Clarke Barnardiston, 
born 12 July 1721 ; 
admitted to Merchant 
Taylors' School 1728 ; 
bur. at Hackney, co. 
Middlesex, 20 June 
1774- 



John Barnardiston. 



Arthur Barnardiston of= 
Wapping, CO. Middlesex, sail 
maker ; mentioned in wills 
of his cousin, Arthur Bar- 
nardiston, 4 February 1737, 
and his uncle, Nathaniel 
Barnardiston, 26 January 
1769; bur. at Hackney 25 
March 1786. Will dated 
2 January 1775, adminis- 
tration granted 4 April i 786 
(P.C.C. 202 Norfolk.) 



=Margaret, adminis- Ann Barnardiston, 

tratrix to her bur. at St. Peter's, 

husband's will 4 Cornhill, London, 

April 1786. 25 February i73y. 



Stephen Barnardiston, 
admitted to Merchant 
Taylors' School 1730; 
bur. at St. Peter's, Corn- 
hill, London, 23 July 
1741. 



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191 



INDEX 



IN DEX. 



Abbay, John, 115. 

Ahdy, Dame Anne, 176 ; Sir Anthony 

Thomas, Bt., 176; Dame Charlotte, 

176; Dame Mary, 176. 
Aljetchv'oir, Anne, 34. 
Acclom, Alice, 82; John, 82; Margaret, 82. 
Acton, Elizabeth, 7 ; Dame Elizabeth, 7 ; 

Sir Whitmore, Bt. , 7. 
Adams, Dame Jane, 29; Sir William, Bt., 

29. 
Ailesbury, Robert, Earl of, 140. 
Aldersey, Elizabeth, 5 ; Mary, 5, IQ4 ; 

Richard, 5 ; Thomas, 104. 
Alderson, Mrs., 116. 
Aldridge, Abel, 58, 60 ; Anna Maria, 58 ; 

Anne, 59, 60 ; Caroline Ann, 59 ; 

Charles Leonard, 58; Elizabeth, 58, 59; 

Henrietta J., 58 ; Henry, 59 ; John, 58, 

59 ; John Clater, 58 ; John Warburton, 

59; Louisa, 60; Mary, 60; Robert, 59; 

Sarah, 58, 60. 
Aldridge-Busby, Elizabeth, 59; Robert, 59. 
Alinglon, Alice, iS, 19, 27 ; Dame Alice, 

16, 23; Anne, 15, 17, 19, 20, 23-25, 

27, 29-31; Anthony, 18; Argentine, 24; 
Audrey, 20; Barbara, 30; Beatrice, 21 ; 
Catharine, 22, 23, 33 ; Charles, 26, 28 ; 
Charles Edmund Argentine, 22, 24 ; 
Cordell, 24 ; Diana, 23 ; Diana, Lady, 
22; Dionisia, 14; Dispotin, 29; Dorothy, 
18, 21 ; Dame Dorothy, 16 ; Lady 
Dorothy, 16; Edward 15; Elizabeth, 

14, 15, 17, 20, 21, 24-26, 28-32, 187; 
Elizabeth, Lady, 21 ; Frances, 20, 24, 

28, 32, 33 ; George, 15, 17, 25, 26, 29, 
31, 33; Giles, 16, 18, 19, 25-28; Giles, 
Lord, 21, 24; Sir Giles, 14, 16, 17, 23, 
187; Henry, 25, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33; 
Rev. Henry, 32; Hihiebrand, 24,31-33; 
Hildebrand, Lord, 24 ; Hugh, 25-27, 
30, 31; James, 17, 18, 28; Jane, 14, 23, 

26, 29-31 ; Joan, 15, 20, 24, 26; Dame 
Joan, 15; John, 14-19, 27, 28; Judith, 
28, 31 ; Juliana, 22 ; Katharine, 21, 25, 

27, 30; Lionel, 21; Magdalen, 27; 
Margaret, 15-19, 24, 31 ; Dame Margaret, 
l6 ; Margery, 15; Marmaduke, 31, 
32; Rev. Marmaduke, 31; Mary, 14, 

15, 20, 22-24, 27-30, 32, Ji; Dame 
Mary, 14, 16; Metcalfe, 25, 30; 



Penelope, 30, 33 ; Philip, 24 ; Richard, 

17, 19, 23, 25, 28, 29; Robert, 15, 16, 

18, 23, 24, 29 ; Sarah, 29, 32, 33 ; 
Susan, 19, 24, 27, 28 ; Thomas, 18, 23, 
27, 29 ; Ursula, 16, 23 ; William, 14, 
16, 17, 22, 24, 29, 32, 33 ; William, 
Lord, 16, 21, 22; Rev. William, 32; 
Sir William, 15. 

Alington, ah'as Dalton, John, 16. 

Allen, Mary, 184; Susan, 24; Thomas, 24. 

Allenby, Anne, 163-165; Charles, 163; 
Dorothy, 163, 164 ; Edmund Ilenry, 
165 ; Elizabeth, 163, 164 ; Elizabeth 
Frances, 165 ; Frances, 165 ; Frederick, 
165; George, 165; H. H., 165; Henry 
Hynman, 165 ; Hinman, 163, 164 ; 
Hynman Raddish, 164 ; Jane, 163, 165 ; 
Jennie, 164; John, 163-165; Mary, 
163-165; Mary Anne, 165 ; Mary Anne 
Ellen, 165; Octavius, 165; Osney, 165; 
Redmore, 165 ; Samuel, 165 ; Sarah, 
164; Thomas, 163, 164; William, 163; 
William Charles, 163. 

Allison, Thomas Falkner, 164. 

Allpress, Anne, 97. 

Alstrop, Mildred, 159; Samuel, 159. 

Altham, Arthur, Lord, 52 ; Edward, 122 ; 
Elizabeth, 122; James, 122; Richard, 
Lord, 52. 

Alured, — , 116. 

Anderson, Sir Edmund, 35 ; Dame Eliza- 
beth, 128; Dame Mary, 128; Sir 
Stephen, Bt., 128. 

Andrews, Frances, 138 ; Jane, 126 ; Rev. 
John, 126; Robert, 138; Susan, 24; 
Thomas, 24. 

Anglesey, Richard, Earl of, 52. 

Anlaby, Elizabeth, 182 ; Sarah, 182 ; 
Thomas, 182. 

Annesley, Arthur, Lorti Altham, 52 ; 
James, 52 ; Margaret, 52 ; Mary, 52 ; 
Richard, Lord Altham, 52. 

Ansell, Elizabeth, 163 ; John, 163 ; Mary, 
163. 

Anstie, Joan, 15; John, 15; Mary, 15. 

Anstruther, Jane, 48 ; Dame Janet, 48 ; 
Sir John, Bt., 48. 

Appleton, Isaac, 19; Sir Isaac, 19; Dame 
Mary, 19; Susan, 19. 

Arbuthnol, Dorothy, 112; James, 112. 



195 



Argall, Margaret, i6 ; Thomas, i6. 
Argentine, Elizabeth, 14; Joan, 15; John, 

14, 15; Margaret, 14, 15. 
Arkwright, Agnes Maria, I ; Alfred, 2 ; 

Anne, 2, 3 ; Augustus Peter, 2 ; Charles, 

1,2; Elizabeth, 2 ; Ellen, 2 ; Frederic, 

2 ; Frances Crawford, l ; Francis, 3 ; 

George, 2; Rev. Godfrey Harry, i; 

Harriet, 3 ; James Charles, 2 ; John, 2 ; 

John Hungerford, 2; John Thomas, 2; 

Rev. Joseph, 3 ; Loftus Wigram, 3 ; 

Dame Margaret, i ; Martha iVIaria, i ; 

Mary, i, 3; Mary Anne, 2; Mary 

Wilmot, 2 ; Dame Patience, i ; Peter, 

I, 2; Richard, i, 2 ; Sir Richard, i ; 

Robert, I ; Robert Wigram, 2 ; Sarah, 2 ; 

Susannah, 2 ; Thomas, i ; William, 2. 
Arm)'ne, Anne, 174; Dame Elizabeth, 174; 

Sir William, Bt., 174. 
Armytage, Dame Anna Maria, 87 ; Sir 

George, Bt. , 87 ; Rachel, 86; Sir Samuel, 

86. 
Amot, Hugo, 53; Margaret, 53. 
Arthington, Cyril, 85 ; Dorothy, 85 ; 

Francis, 85 ; Richard, 85 ; Rosamund, 

85 ; William, 85. 
Athill, Charles H., 74, 107. 
Atkinson, Elizabeth, 54. 
Audley, Elizabeth, Lady, 172; Mary, 172; 

Sir Thomas, Lord, 172. 
Aungier, Anne, 125 ; Douglas, 124, 125 ; 

Elizabeth, 124; Sir Francis, Lord, 124, 

125; Gerald, Lord, 125; Margaret, 

Lady, 125. 
Austen, Alice, no; Henry, 173, 188; 

Mary 173, 188. 
Ayloffe, Agnes, 172 ; Margaret, 172 ; 

William, 172. 
Aylwin, John, 108, 109; Mary, 109. 
Ayscough, John, 85, 86 ; Judith, 85, 86 ; 

Margaret, 85, 86. 



Bacon, Elizabeth, 175, 179; Jemima, 187; 

Nathaniel, 175, 179; Nicholas, 187. 
Bagot, Barbara, 48 ; Lady Barbara, 48 ; 

Sir Edward, Bt., 41 ; Mary, 41 ; Dame 

Mary, 41 ; Sir Walter Wagstaffe, Bt., 48. 
Baildon, Francis, 84; Jane, 84. 
Baker, Mary, 12. 
Bangor, Rt. Rev. John Ewer, Bishop of, 

189. 
Bankes, John, 51 ; Margaret, 51 ; Mary, 

SI- 
Banks, Katharine, 170; Thomas, 170. 

Bardsey, Anne, 37. 

Barker, Marianne, 9 ; Richard, 9. 

Barnard, Anna Maria, 169 ; Anne, 166, 
167; Benjamin, 166, 167; Bridget, 166 
Charles, 168 ; Rev. Charles Drake, 169 
Charlotte Anne, 169 ; Daniel, 167 
Elizabeth, 166-168; Everilda Dorothea 
169; Frances, 54, 166-168; Isabel, 166 
John, 54, 166, 167 ; Rev. John (jilbert 
169; Joseph, 167; non'''« Louisa, 168 



Mary, 166-168; Melosine, 167; Rev- 
Robert, 16S; Rev. Robert Cary, 167; 
Robert John, 168 ; Samuel, 166 ; Sarah, 
166 ; Thomas, 166 ; Rev. Thomas, 167, 
169 ; William, 166. 
Barnardiston, Abigail, 190 ; Agnes, 172 ; 
Alice, 170, 184; Anlaby, 183; Anna 
Maria, 175, 191 ; Anne, 17, 172-174, 176, 
179-1S2, 184, 187-191 ; Dame Anne, 
170-172, 174, 175, 187; Armine, 178; 
Arthur, 172, 175, 178-181, 1S9, 191 ; 
licnjaniin, 184, 190; Bethia, 189; 
Bridget, 186 ; Catharine, 1S3, 184, 
188; Charlotte, 176; Christian, 173; 
Christopher, 183 ; Clarke, 191 ; Cleare, 
188; Dorothy, 1S3 ; Edmund, 171; 
Edward, 1S4-186, 190; Elizabeth, 
171-183, 186-189; Dame Elizabeth, 170, 
174, 176-178, 187; Elizabeth Johanna, 
190; Ellen, 186; Frances, 184, 187; 
Geoffrey de, 170; George, 171, 182-185, 
188, 190; Giles, 187; Grisel, 187; 
Grissogon, 172 ; Hannah, 187 ; Henry, 
182-184, 186; Jane, 178-181, 186; Dame 
Jane, 171, 174, 176, 180; Jemima, 187; 
Joan, 170, 174, 182, 184 ; John, 171, 
177, 182-186, 188-191 ; Sir John, Bt., 
177; Judith, 184; Katharine", 182- 186 ; 
Dame Katharine, 170, 177 ; Lucy, 189 ; 
Lydia, 189; Margaret, 174, 177, 182, 185, 
186, 188, 189, 191 ; Margery, 185 ; 
Martha, 177-180, 182, 184 ; Dame 
Martha, 179 ; Mary, 170- 1 74, 177- 1 82, 
184, 186-190; Dame Mary, 170, 176; 
Michael, 178 ; Nathaniel, 174-181, 188- 
191 ; Sir Nathaniel, 171, 174 ; Sir 
Nathaniel, Bt., 180; Nathaniel Clarke, 
190 ; Nicholas, 171 ; Oliver, 186 ; 
Pelethiah, 177, 180; Sir Pelethiah, Bt., 

179, 188; Philip, 187; Philippa, 187; 
Richard, 186 ; Robert, 182, 185 ; 
Sir Robert, Bt., 176; Samuel, 176, 179, 

180, 187, 188, 190; Sir Samuel, Bt., 
176-179 ; Sarah, 183, 186, 189, 191 ; 
Sigismund, 184 ; Sophia, 176, 177 ; 
Stephen, 177, 191; Susan, 185, 190; 
Thomas, 170-173, 179, 183, 184, 187-189, 
191 ; Sir Thomas, 17, 170, 171, 173, 
174, 182, 187; Sir Thomas, Bt., 174- 
176 ; Thomasine, 176 ; Timothy, 189 ; 
Vaughan, 182, 183; William, 171, 175, 
178, 187. 

Barne, Alice, 124, 128; Dame Alice, 
121 -123; Anne, 68, 71, 123-129; Dame 
Anne, 121 ; Anthony, 127 ; Barne, 12S ; 
Benjamin, 126; Caesia, 129; Carola, 
122; Charles, 128; Dorothy, 121; 
Dame Dorothy, 121 ; Elizabeth, 
122-129 ; Elizabeth Elwick, 127 ; 
Frances, 122, 126; Francis, 122-124, 
127; George, 121-126, 129; Sir George, 
121, 125; Henry, 71, 125-128; Hester, 
126 ; Jane, 122, 123, 126, 127 ; 
Johanna, 124 ; John, 122-127 ; Mark, 
124; Mar}', 122-124, '27, 129; 



196 



Lieut. -Colonel Michael, 129; Mildred, 
123; Miles, 125-127; Rev. Miles, 68, 
123 ; Peter, 124 ; Rebecca, 127 ; 
Richard, 123-125; Robert, 122, 123, 
127, 128; Sarah, 125, 126, 128, 129; 
Sidney, 121; Snowdon, 128; Thomas, 
121-123; Rev. Thomas, 129; William, 
121-123, 125-128; Sir William, 121. 

Barnes, Elizabeth, 157. 

Barnston, Abigail, 4 ; Alee Emma, 8 ; 
Alice, 5, 9 ; Anne, 5-7, 9 ; Anne 
Elizabeth, 7; Anne ^Iaria, 6; Catherine, 
9 : Dorothy, 4, 5 ; Edward, 6, 7 ; Eliza, 
6; Elizabeth, 4-7, 9; Emma Frances, 9; 
Lieut. -Colonel Francis, 7, 9; Jane, 6, 8; 
John, 5 ; Rev. John, 4 ; Letitia, 5-8 ; 
Mary, 4, 6-8 ; Peter, 8 ; Richard, 5 ; 
Robert, 7-9 ; Roger, 6, 7 ; Rev. Roger, 
6 ; Roger Harry, 9 ; Selina Martha, 9 ; 
Thomas, 4, 6 ; Trafford, 5-8 ; William, 
4, 5 ; William Gregge, 8. 

Baron, Frances, 32 ; Mary, 32 ; Robert, 

32. 
Barradell, Henry, 43 ; Katharine, 43. 
Barret or Barrett, Catharine, 143; Dacres 

Leonard, 145; Thomas, 143. 
Basil, Frances, 66 ; William, 66. 
Bate, Anne, 158; Edward, 136; Penelope, 

136; Richard, 158. 
Batson, Gertrude, 162. 
Baugh, Deborah, 71 ; Lancelot, 33; Mary, 

33; Thomas, 71. 
Bazeley, John, 53; Margaret, 53. 
Beach, Anne, 106; Richard, 106. 
Beadon, Anne, 156; Rev. Edwards, 156. 
Beale, Juliana, 42 ; Margaret, 42 ; Mary, 

30, 155; Robert, 42. 
Beauclerk, Caroline Ann, 59; Charles, 59; 

Emily Charlotte, 59. 
Beaumont, Elizabeth, 87 ; Judith, 87 ; 

Richard, 87. 
Becher, John, 185; Margaret, 185. 
Beckett, Sarah, 186; Simon, 186. 
Bedford, Anne, Duchess of, 22 ; William, 

Duke of, 22. 
Bedingfeld, John, 70; Judith, 70. 
Bellott, Dame Susanna, 139; Sir Thomas, 

Bt., 139. 
Belman, Jane, 26; Thomas, 26. 
Bennett, Dorothy, 164 ; Elizabeth, 96 ; 

Thomas, 164; Rev. William, 96. 
Benson, Ann, 167; Rev. Laurence, 167. 
Beresford, Bennett, 159; Rev. Edward, 

47 ; Martha Maria, i ; Mary, 47 ; 

Richard, 159; Rev. William, i. 
Berney, Joan, 15; John, 15. 
Belhell, Elizabeth, 67; William, 67. 
Biggens, Margaret, i ; Samuel, I. 
Bigg-Wither, Elizabeth, 152 ; Lovelace, 

152 ; Margaret, 152. 
Billers, Alice, 124; Edward, 124. 
Bird, I.ucy Hanneretta, 47; Martha, 177; 

Martyn, 47; William, 177. 
Birdall, Bridget, 186; Elizabeth, 186; 

James, 186. 



Bishopp, Sir Cecil, Bt. , 40 ; Sarah, 40 ; 

Dame Sarah, 40. 
Blachford, Brydges, 152; Margaret, 152. 
Blackburne, Alice, no; Francis, no, 115; 

Jane, 115; Roger, 115. 
Blackerby, Anne, 180; Elizabeth, 179, 180; 

Mary, 178, 179; Nathaniel, 179; Samuel, 

178-180. 
Blackett, Sir Edward, Bt., 115; William, 

Blakeway, Elizabeth, 177; William, 177. 

Blanford, Catherine, 180. 

Blank, Elizabeth, 122; Sir Thomas, I22. 

Blayds, Rev. Henry, 9. 

Blegborough, Grace, 55; Henry, 55. 

Bligh, John, 153; Mary, 153. 

Blois, Dame Jane, 178; Dame Martha, 

178; Sir William, 178. 
Blomer, Martha, 64; Richard, 64. 
Bocking, Edmund, 28; Frances, 28. 
Bolton, Edmund, 38 ; Mary, 38, 186 ; 

Thomas, 186. 
Boothby, Mary, 136; Thomas, 136. 
Bosse, Rev. Henry, 127; Jane, 127. 
Bostock, John, 106; Sarah, 106. 
Boucherett, Ayscough, 48, 129 ; Emilia, 

48; Maria, 48; Mary, 129. 
Bourchier, Catherine, 64; Thomas, 64. 
Bourne, Elizabeth, 164 ; Gerard, 69 ; 

Henry, 164; Margaret, 69, 188. 
Bowes, Cuthbert, 115; Rev. John, 115. 
Bowman, John, 32. 

Bowyear, Elizabeth, 30 ; see also Gamble. 
Boydell, Emma Frances, 9 ; Francis, 7 ; 

James, 9 ; Marianne, 9. 
Boynton, Dame Anna Maria, 169 ; Sir 

Griffith, Bt., 169. 
Boys, Jane, 45 ; Samuel, 45. 
Bracebridge, Catharine, 44 ; Samuel 44 ; 

see also Ludford. 
Brackley, Thomas, Viscount, 39. 
Bradley, Esther, 50; Robins, 50. 
Bradsworth, Margaret, 83 ; William, 83. 
Brand, Dame Ann, 177; Elizabeth, 188; 

Joseph, 176, Sir Joseph, 177 ; Dame 

Mary, 177 ; Thomas, 188 ; Thomasine, 

176. 
Brandling, Charles John, 88 ; Frances 

Elizabeth, 88. 
Breame, Anne, 19 ; Arthur, 19. 
Brereton, Elizabeth, 4; Randle, 4. 
Bretton, Susannah, 11; Thomas, 11. 
Brewster, Amy, 176; Francis, 176. 
Bridges, Dorothy, 158. 
Brietzcke, Carolina, 73 ; Catharine, 73 ; 

Charles, 73. 
Brigham, Mary, 76. 
Bright, Dame Elizabeth, 83 ; Dame Frances, 

83; Sir John, Bt., 83; Dame Katherine, 

83 ; Dame Susanna, 83. 
Brock, Elizabeth, 6; William, 6. 
Brogden, Elizabeth, 166 ; Samuel, 166. 
Brograve, Hannah, 187 ; John, 1S7. 
Brokesby, Bartholomew, 173 ; Elizabeth, 

173- 



197 



Brook or Brooke, Alice, in, 121; 
Caroline, 96 ; Dorothy, 4 ; Edward, 
108, 113; Elizabeth, 4, 108, 113; Jane, 
178; John, 178; John Charles, 118; 
Martha, 178; Mary, ill; Sir Robert, 
178; Thomas, 4; Rev. Thomas, in; 
William, ill; Rev. Zachary, 96. 

Brooks, Anna Maria, 156; Ven''''= Jonathan, 

156. 
Brown or Browne, Anne, 65, 124, 157 ; 

Elizabeth, 182 ; Joan, 24 ; John, 65, 

157; Very Rev. Jonathan, 124; Mary, 

65 ; Thomas, 24. 
Brownlow, Alice, 84; Dame Elizabeth, 84; 

Sir William, Bt., 84. 
Broxholme, Amy, 66; Noel, 66. 
Bruen, Jonathan, 4; Mary, 4. 
Br}-ars, Henrv, 50; Mary, 50. 
Buckle, Elizabeth, 68 ; Richard, 68. 
Buckworth-Herne, Sir Everard, Bt., 76; 

see also Heme. 
Bullock, Ann, 153 ; Francis Brownsword, 

153- 
Burgh, Jane, 14; Sir William, 14. 
Burke, H. Farnham, 74, 107. 
Burley, Elizabeth, 171, 182; Thomas, 171, 

182. 
Burlton, Sarah, 95 ; William, 95. 
Burnaby, Sarah, 77 ; Admiral Sir William, 

Bt., 77; Captain William Pitt, R.N., 

77- 
Burnet, Jane, 29; Mr., 56. 
Burrell, Bryan, 133; Mary, 133. 
Burroughs, James, 119; Margaret, 119. 
Burton, Alice, no; Bryan, no; Elizabeth, 

173; Rev. Hezekiah, 173; Mary, no. 
Burvis, Frances, no. 
Bury, Emma, 50; George, 40; Sarah, 40; 

Sir William, 50. 
Busby, Henrietta J., 58; William, 58. 
Butler, Elizabeth, 31; John, 160; Hon'''<= 

Maria Sophia, 86; Mary, 159, 160; 

Rev. the Hon'''^ Pierce, 86 ; Thomas, 

31- 

Button, Joan, 37; William, y]. 
Bygrave, Anne, 170, 187. 
Bysshe, Sir Edward, 140. 



Caffyn, Anne, 61 ; John, 61. 
Cage, Anthony, 19 ; Mary, 19. 
Calthorpe, Anne, 16; Margaret, 14, 15; 

Sir William, 14-16. 
Calverley, Bridget, 86 ; Elizabeth, 82 ; 

F'rances, 86 ;" Walter, 86 ; William, 

82. 
Calwell, Ven^'« Joseph, 103; Louisa, 103. 
Camden, William, 49. 
Campden, Baptist, Viscount, 22 ; Hester, 

Viscountess, 22. 
Campion, Henrietta, 148 ; Henry Ccjurt- 

hope, 148. 
Carleil, Jane, 84 ; Tristram, 84. 
Carlisle, Anne, 49. 
CarlyelJ, Alexander, 123 ; Anne, 123. 



Carrier, Charles, 149 ; Janet, 149. 
Carter, Edward, 59 ; Elizabeth, 59. 
Caryll, Anne, 124 ; Elizabeth, 124 ; 

Symon, 124. 
Casileford, Katharine, 83 ; Margaret, 83 ; 

Roger, 83. 
Castleman, Elizabeth, 112; Henry, 112; 

Jane Helen, 112. 
Catherocke, Susanna, 105 ; Thomas, 105. 
Cave, Anthony, 34, 35, 38 ; Elizabeth, 34, 

35; Margaret, 125; Martha, 35, 38; 

Sir Thomas, 125. 
Cecil, Dorothy, Countess of Exeter, 16 ; 

Lady Dorothy, 16 ; Elizabeth, 25 ; 

Richard, 25 ; Thomas, Earl of Exeter, 

16. 
Chafy, Chafie, Chaffey, &c., Anna, 93; 

Anne, 93, 95, 99 ; Caroline, 96 ; 

Dorothy, 93, 95, 99 ; Elizabeth, 93-96, 

99 ; Emma, 97 ; Frances, 94, 98 ; 

Hannah, 94 ; Henrietta, 95 ; James, 

93-96, 98; John, 93-95, 97-100; Rev. 

John, 93, 95 ; Martha, 94, 98 ; Martha 

Jemima, 98 ; Mary, 94-97, 99, 100 ; 

Mary Anne, 97 ; Robert, 93 ; Sarah, 95 ; 

Sophia Ursula, 98 ; Thomas Edward 

Chafie, 98 ; Ursula, 95 ; Walter, 93, 94, 

98-100; William, 94; Rev. William, 

96, 97 ; Rev. William Kyle Westwood, 

93' 96-98 ; Rev. William Lucas, 96. 
Chalenor or Chaloner, Eleanor, loS, 113; 

Margaret, 108; Nicholas, 108, 113. 
Chamberlain or Chamberlayne, Dame 

Anne, 37 ; Dame Dorothy, 37 ; Eliza- 
beth, 28 ; Dame Elizabeth, 14 ; George, 

37 ; John, 28, 37 ; Sir Leonard, 37 ; 

Sir Ralph, 14 ; William, 37. 
Chambers, Jane, 139; John, 139. 
Chantrel, Katharine, 186 ; Rev. William, 

186. 
Chapman, Elizabeth, 24; Robert, 24. 
Chase, Sarah, 129; Thomas, 129. 
Cheeke, Anne, 17, 25; Elizabeth, 176; 

Peter, 17, 25. 
Cheney, Elizabeth, 14, 21 ; Laurence, 14 ; 

Mary, 14, 34; Sir Robert, 34; William, 

14, 21. 
Chester, — , 52. 
Chesterfield, Catharine, Countess of, 22 ; 

Philip, Earl of, 22. 
Chichester, Arthur, Earl of Donegal, 41 ; 

Catharine, Countess of Donegal, 41 ; 

Elizabeth, 44 ; Hon'^''= Elizabeth, 41 ; 

Francis, Earl of, 39; Hon*^'*^ John, 41. 
Child, Jane, 76 ; Margaret, 76 ; Ste}ihen, 

76. 
Churchman, Dame Rebecca, 137 ; Sir 

Thomas, 137. 
Clarges, Jane, 66; Sir Walter, Bt., 66. 
Clarke, Elizabeth, 188; Felix, 182; Rev. 

Henry, 59; Jane, 59; John, 188; 

Margaret, 182, 18S ; Dame Mary, 180; 

Sir Robert, Bt., 180; Sir Samuel, Bt., 

180. 
Clater, Sarah, 58. 



198 



Claypole, Adam, 26 ; Dorothy, 26 ; 

Elizabeth, 26. 
Gierke, Abigail, 190; Jusiah, 190. 
Clifton, Catharine, 137 ; Elizabeth, 175 ; 

Frances, 138 ; Sir Gervase, Bt., 136, 

138; Jane, 136; Dame Jane, 136; 

Robert," 137, 138, 175; Sarah, 138. 
Clobery, Sir John, 125; Susannah, 125. 
Clopton, Anne, 172 ; Dame Ann, 17, 

187 ; Dorothy, 173 ; Elizabeth, 173 ; 

Dame Elizabeth, 17 ; Francis, 170, 172, 

173 ; Lora, 173 ; Mary, 170, 173, 182, 

187 ; Thomas, 187 ; William, 172, 182, 

187; Sir William, 17, 187. 
Cockayne, Elizabeth, 14, 20; John, 14; 

Sir William, 20. 
Cocks, Charles, 145 ; Dorothy, 65 ; 

Margaret, 145 ; Thomas, 65. 
Codrington, Bridget, 67 ; Dame Elizabeth, 

67; Sir William, Bt., 67. 
Cokayne, Charles, Viscount Cullen, 66 ; 

George Edward, 74, 107 ; Katharine, 

ViscountessCullen,66; Hon'>'<= Katharine, 

66. 
Cole, Dorothy, 134; John, 134; Martha, 

134- 

Coles, Anne, 66; Timothy, 66. 

Colics, Anne, 66 ; Edward, 66. 

Collins, Henr}', 80 ; Jane, 103 ; Mary, 80 ; 
Matthew, 103. 

Colman, Bridget, 10; Francis, 10. 

Colthurst, Isabel, 82 ; Thomas, 82. 

Colvile, John, 15; Mary, 15, 171 ; Richard, 
171. 

Comber, Alice, no, in, n5; Andrew, 
112; Anne, 108-III, 113; Dorothy, 
112; Duncombe, 112; Eleanor, 108, 
109, 113; Elizabeth, 108-111, 113; 
Francis, 108-110, 113; Hannah, 109; 
James, 109, no, 113 ; Jane Helen, 112 ; 
John, 108, 109, n3, 114; Mary, 
109-ni, n3; Richard, n3 ; Robert, 
no; Samuel, n3 ; Sarah, n2 ; Sarah 
Jane, n2; Thomas, loS, 109, ni, n3, 
116; Rev. Thomas, ni; Very Rev. 
Thomas, no, 115; William, in, 113, 
115; Rev. William, 112, 118; William 
Turner, 112. 

Compton, Dame Elizabeth, 21 ; Sir William, 
21. 

Coningsby, Margaret, 16; William, 16. 

Conquest, Ann, 37 ; Edmund, 37 ; Joan, 

37- 
Constable, Isabel, 82; Jane, 61; John, 82; 

Richard, 61. 
Conyers, Edward, 45 ; Matilda, 45 ; 

Sophia, 45. 
Cook or Cooke, Alice, 25 ; Charles, 62 ; 

Edward, 164; Frances, 20; Jennie, 164; 

John, 20; Martha, 62; Mary, 106, 190; 

Richard, 190; Robert, 114, 115; Susan, 

19, 28; Thomas, 25. 
Cookes, Mercy, 32; Sir Thomas, 32. 
Cooper, Elizabeth, 63 ; Samuel, 63; Sarah, 

63; Rev. William, 146. 



Coote, Elizabeth, il i ; Jane, ill; John, 

III. 
Copland, John Dawson, 92; Susan, 92. 
Corben, Elizabeth, 93, lOO ; John, 93 ; 

Ursula, 93, 100. 
Corbett, Rosina, 81; William, 81. 
Cordell, Emma, 23 ; Jane, 23 ; John, 23 ; 

Margaret, 177; Sir Robert, Bt., 177; 

Sir William, 23. 
Corney, Gertrude, 162 ; Miles, 162. 
Cotton, Audrey, 14 ; Edward, 104 ; Jane, 

104; William, 14. 
Courthope, Albinia, 78; George, 7S. 
Cozens, Edward, lOO. 
Cragg, Sarah, 61. 
Crane, Dorothy, 19; Sir Robert, Bt., 19; 

Dame Susan, 19. 
Crayford, Anne, 37 ; Richard, 37. 
Cressy, Gervase, 182; Sarah, 182. 
Crisp, Anne, 89, 91 ; Benjamin, 92 ; 

Charles, 91 ; Delia, 91 ; Downing, 80 ; 

Elizabeth, 89, 92 ; Frances Elizabeth, 

92 ; Hannah, 90 ; James, 90, 92 ; 

John, 89, 90 ; Juliana, 92 ; Martha, 

89, 90, 92 ; Mary, 89 ; Mary Ann, 

90, 91 ; Matilda, 91 ; Nathaniel 
Downing, 92 ; Rachel, 92 ; Robert, 92 ; 
Samuel, 89, 90 ; Sarah, 89, 90, 92 ; 
Steffe, 92 ; Susan, 92 ; Susanna, 92 ; 
Thomas, 89, 90; Thomas Stefte, 89, 92; 
William, 89-91. 

Crofte, Anne, 124; Rev. Herbert, 124. 
Crokatt, Charles, 48; Emilia, 48. 
Cromwell, Katharine, 17; Sir Oliver, 17. 
Crosland, Joan, 83 ; Marina, 83 ; Thomas, 

83. 

Crowley, Sir Ambrose, 158, 160; Elizabeth, 
160; Mary, 158. 

Crugg, Barbara, 36 ; John, 36. 

Cruggen, William, 62. 

Cruwys, Alexander, 10; Ann Hutton, 12 
Bridget, 10, 13; Dorothy, 10, 11, 13 
Elizabeth, n, 13; Frances, 10; Harriet 
12; Henry, 10-13; f^^^'- Henry Short 
rudge, 13; Humphry, lo ; Jane, 12 
John, II, 12; Rev. John, 11, 13; John 
Henry, 13; Lewis, 10; Maria, 11 
Mary, n, 13; Matthew, n; Matthias 
13; Samuel, n; Sarah, 10, 11, 13 
Stephen, 13; Susannah, II; Thomas 
Augustus, II, 13; Rev. William, 12. 

Cullen, Charles, Viscount, 66 ; Katharine, 
Viscountess, 66. 

Cunningham, Rev. Francis, lOl ; Harriett, 
loi ; Rev. John William, loi. 

Curson, Dame Margaret, 15 ; Sir Robert, 15. 

Curtis, John, 151; Mary, 151. 



Dacres, Henry, Lord, 39; I'hiladelphia, 39. 

Dalrymple, Sir Hew, Bt. , I. 

Dalton, Dorothy, 16; Mary, 16; Michael, 

16. 
Dalyson, Dame Mary, 30; Sir Maximilian, 

30 ; Penelope, 30. 



199 



Danby, Alice, 82; Ralph, 82. 

Danvers, Ann, 34. 

Darker, Mary, 172. 

Darley, Amelia, 103 ; George, 103. 

Dartmouth, William, Earl of, 48. 

Daubeny, Ven'''<> Charles, 9 ; Elizabeth, 9 ; 
George, 9; Lieut. -Colonel Henry, 9. 

Davies, Rev. John, 160; Mary, 160. 

Dawson, John, 90; Martha, 90. 

Dawsonne, Elizabeth, 142, 149; Mary, 
142, 149 ; William, 142, 149. 

Dayrell, Maria, 88 ; Rev. Thomas, 88. 

Da'zell, Anne, 35 ; Sir Edward, 35. 

Delamare, Mary, 164 ; Richard, 164. 

Dell, Martha, 182. 

Dendy, Alice, 61 ; Anna, 62; Anne, 61-63; 
Beatrice, 62 ; Charles, 62 ; Charles Cooke, 
62; Daniel, 61 ; Elizabeth, 61-63; Enima, 
62 ; George, 61-63 ; James, 63 ; Jane, 
61 ; Joan, 61 ; John, 61-63 ; Katharine, 
63 ; Lattice, 61 ; Martha, 62 ; Mary, 
61-63; Nicholas, 61; Phcebe, 63; 
Rebecca, 63 ; Richard, 61-63 ; Robert, 
62; Sarah, 61; Stephen, 61-63; Thomas, 
61 ; Walter, 63 ; William, 61. 

Dennison, Mary Anne, 97 ; Robert B., 

97- 
Dicken, Aldersey, 105, 107 ; Alice, 104 ; 

Anne, 106; Rev. Charles Rowland, 107; 

Elizabeth, 106 ; Frederick Rowland, 

107 ; Henry Perry, 107 ; Jane, 104; John, 

104-106; Katharine, 104; Margaret, 

104-106; Mary, 104-106; Perry, 106; 

Rev. Perry, 106 ; Phoebe, 105, 106 ; 

Rowland, 104, 106 ; Sarah, 105, 106 ; 

Susanna, 105, 106 ; Thomas, 104, 106 ; 

William, 104-106; William Stephens, 

107. 
Dickenson, Jane, loi ; Joseph, 101. 
Dickons, Anne, 141, 149; George, 141, 

.'49- 
Digby, William, Lord, 100. 
Diggle, Wadham, 154. 
Disbrowe, Elizabeth, 151 ; John, 151. 
Dixon, Anna, 7; Colonel, "]. 
Doggett, Hannah, 90. 
D'Olier, Jane, 103; Jeremiah, 103; Sophia 

Isaac, 103. 
Donegal, Arthur, Earl of, 41 ; Catharine, 

Countess of, 41. 
Dormer, Dame Jane, 35 ; Sir Robert, 35. 
Dorset, Thomas, Marquess of, 172. 
Douglas, Agatha, Countess of Morton, 147 ; 

Bridget, Countess of Morton, 147 ; 

James, Earl of Morton, 147 ; Hon''''^ 

John, 147. 
Dowdeswell, Amy, 66, 68 ; Anna, 72 ; 

Anne, 64-68, 70-72, 128 ; Anne 

Charlotte, 69 ; Arabella, 69, 70, 72 ; 

Rev. Bernard, 73 ; Bridget, 67 ; 

Caroline, 72, 73 ; Catharine, 64 ; 

Charles, 66, 67, 69, 71, 72; Charles 

William, 70; Deborah, 71; Diana 

Maria, 70; Dorothy, 70, 71, 73; Rev. 

Edmund Richard, 64, 66-69, 71-74; 



Rev. Edward Christopher, 72, 73 ; 
Elizabeth, 64, 65, 67, 68, 70-72, 128 ; 
Frances, 66, 68, 70 ; Francis, 68 ; 
George, 65, 67-70 ; Joan, 67 ; John, 
64, 69, 70, 74 ; John Edmund, 73 ; 
Judith, 64, 65, 67 ; Katharine, 65 ; 
jjonbiu Katharine, 66 ; Lucy, 70, 73 ; 
Magdalena, 69 ; Margaret, 66, 69 ; 
Marianne, 72 ; Martha, 64 ; Mary, 68 ; 
Mary Theodosia, 70 ; Richard, 64, 66, 

67, 69, 70, 72, 73 ; Roger, 64, 69 ; 
Susanna, 67 ; Thomas, 68, 69 ; Went- 
worth, 72 ; William, 64-69, 72, 73 ; 
General William, 71 ; Rev. William, 66, 

68, 70, 128. 

Downing, Anne, 91 ; Elizabeth, 92; Dame 

Frances, 188; Sir George, Bt., 188; 

Joseph, 92 ; Mary, 188 ; Mary Ann, 91 ; 

Sarah, 90; Susanna, 92; William, 91. 
Drake, Dame Anne, 152, 153 ; Benjamin, 

125 ; Elizabeth, 125, 153 ; Frances, 

167 ; Rev. Francis, 167 ; Sir Francis 

Henry, Bt., 152, 153; Vice- Admiral 

Francis William, 153 ; Hannah, 167 ; 

Louisa Isabella, 135 ; Sarah, 125 ; 

Sophia, 152. 
Drummond, Charles, 70. 
Drury, Dame Anne, 16 ; Sir Robert, 16, 

23; Ursula, 16, 23. 
Dugdale, Penelope, 138 ; Penelope Bate, 

138; Richard Geast, 138; Sir William, 

140. 
Dunconibe, Elizabeth, 84 ; William, 84. 
Dunwalds, — , 56. 
Durning, Elizabeth, 26; John, 26. 
Dymond, Maria, 11. 
Dysart, Lionel, Earl of, 146 ; Louisa, 

Countess of, 146. 



Ebbs, Mary Ann, 90. 
Edgar, Henry, 28; Mary, 28. 
Edgeworth, Louisa, 55; Rev. Robert, 55. 
Edmonds or Edmunds, Anne, 136; Mary, 

136; Simon, 38, 136; Susanna, 38. 
Edmonslone, Sir Archibald, Bt. , 148 ; 

Dame Hester, 148 ; Dame Susanna 

Mary, 148. 
Edwards, Anne, 67; Sir James, 116; 

Robert, 1 16. 
Edwin, Charles, 179; Martha, 179. 
Egerton, Anne, 6 ; Elizabeth, 6 ; John, 6 ; 

Mary, 39 ; Thomas, Viscount Brackley, 

39- 
Eldon, Charlotte, 146. 
Elford, Dame Elizabeth, 160; Dame Mary, 

160; Sir William, 160. 
Elkes, Elizabeth, 136; William, 136. 
Elkin or Elkyn, Alice, 27 ; Anne, 25 ; 

Richard, 25, 27. 
Elliott, Anne, 125; John, 125. 
Ellis, Mary, 178. 
Elmes, Mary, 50. 
Elphinstone, Anne Charlotte Maria, 60 ; 

Captain John, R.N., 60. 



Elringlon, Alice, i6 ; Edward, 1 6 ; 

Margaret, 16; Mary, 16; Thomas, 16. 
Elsegood, Mary, 128; William, 128. 
Elwes, Elizabeth, 167; Robert Gary, 167. 
Elwick, Elizabeth, 127; Nathaniel, 127. 
Emeris, Anne, 31 ; Rev. John, 31. 
Eriswell, Alice, 184; Robert, 184. 
Ernie, Dame Elizabeth, 21 ; Sir John, 21 ; 

Dame Susan, 21. 
Essington, Anne, 49; Thomas, 49. 
Evans, Elizabeth, no; George, 81; John, 

81, no; Sarah, 81. 
Everard, Dame Anne, 172 ; Sir Anthony, 

172; Edward, 133; Dame Elizabeth, 

171, 172; John, 171; Sarah, 133. 
Ewer, Elizabeth, 189 ; Rt. Rev. John, 

Bishop of Bangor, 189. 
Exeter, Dorothy, Gountess of, 16; Thomas, 

Earl of, 16. 
Eyles, John, 143 ; Maria, 143 ; Mary, 143. 
Eyre, Elizabeth, 173; Gervase, 136; Jane, 

136; William, 173. 



Fall, James, 48; Janet, 48. 

Fanshawe, Dame Anne, 20 ; Elizabeth, 

Viscountess, 20 ; Dame Elizabeth, 20 ; 

Sir Henry, 20 ; Henry Ernest, 20 ; Sir 

Thomas, Viscount, 20. 
Farington, Mary, 173; Sarah, 87 ; Thomas, 

173 ; Valentine, 87. 
Farrer, Amelia, 86 ; James, 86 ; Rachel, 

86. 
Fawkes, Amelia, 86, 87 ; Francis, 86 ; 

Margaret, 86 ; Maria, 86 ; Maria Sophia, 

86 ; Walter Ramsden Beaumont, 86 ; 

W^alter Ramsden Hawksworlh, 86. 
Felton, Anne, 172 ; Sir Anthony, 172. 
Fenton, Mr., 118. 
Fermor, Mar}-, 170; Matilda, 45 ; Richard, 

170; William, Baron Lempster, 45. 
Finch, Elizabeth, 76, 86 ; Joseph, 86 ; 

Judith, 86. 
Fish, Dame Elizabeth, 174; Sir William, 

174. 
Fisher, Francis, 100. 
Fitton, Anne, 38; Sir Edward, 38. 
Fitzgerald, Douglas, 124, 125 ; Edward, 

124, 125 ; Gerald, Earl of Kildare, 

Fitzsimmons, Catherine, loi. 
FitzWarine, Elizabeth, 36 ; Falke, Lord, 

Pitzwilliam, Dame Elizabeth, 173; Sir 

George, 173. 
Fletcher, Elizabeth, 86; Henry, 86. 
Foley, Hon'^'*^ Andrew, 71 ; Anne, 71 ; 

Rev. John, 71 ; Mary, 71 ; Robert, 69; 

Very Rev. Robert, 71 ; Thomas, 71 ; 

Thomas, Baron, 71. 
Foot, Amelia, 103 ; Ann, 103 ; Catharine 

Elizabeth, 103 ; Catherine, loi ; Cecilia 

Eleanor, 103 ; Christian, 102, 103 ; 

Elinor, 102; Elizabeth, loi, 102; 

Frederick, 103 ; Rev. Frederick, 103 ; 



Harriett, loi ; James, 101-103; Jane, 
loi ; Jeffrey, loi, 102; Rev. Jeffery 
Robert, loi ; John, 102 ; Letitia, 102 ; 
Letitia Jane, 103 ; Lettice, 103 ; Louisa, 
103; Lundy, loi, 103; Rev. Lundy, 
loi ; Margaret Esther, 103 ; Marianne, 
102; Martha, 102; Mary, II; Nancy, 
102; Randal, 103; Samuel, 11; Sarah, 
1 1 ; Simon, 102 ; Sophia, 103 ; Sophia 
Isaac, 103 ; Stephen, 102 ; William, 
103. 

Forbes, Arthur, Earl of Granard, 41 ; 
Lady Catharine, 41. 

Forester, Brooke, 6 ; Eliza, 6. 

Foster, Elizabeth, in; Margaret, 172; 
Thomas, in. 

Fowler, Anne, 173; Bethia, 189; Edward, 
173 ; Rt. Rev. Edward, Bishop of 
Gloucester, 173 ; Elizabeth, 173 ; 
Richard, 173 ; Sarah, 106 ; Timothy, 
189. 

Foy, Joanna, 130; William, 130. 

Framlingham, Sir Charles, 171 ; Dorothy, 
171 ; Dame Elizabeth, 171. 

Freeman, Elizabeth, 151 ; Mary, 151 ; 
Thomas Edwards, 151. 

Freeman-Heathcote, Dame Elizabeth, 151; 
Sir Thomas, Bt., 151. 

French, Charity, 43 ; Stephen, 43 ; Susanna, 

43- 
Fry, Alice, 134; Elizabeth, 134; Frederick 

William, 134 ; John Gurney, 134 ; Joseph, 

134; Walter Joseph, 134. 
Fuller, Elizabeth, 145 ; John, 145. 
Fyler, George, 53 ; John, 53 ; Margaret, 

53 ; Mary, 53 ; Samuel, 53. 
Fysshe, Margaret, 185; William, 185. 



Gamble, alias Bowyear, Katherine, 30 ; 

William, 30. 
Gardiner, Anne, 37 ; Dame Audrey, 14 ; 

Mary, 14, 16; Sir Richard, 14, 16; 

William, 37. 
Garnham, Mary, 75 ; William, 75. 
Garrard, Anne, 121, 129 ; Charles Drake, 

129; Dame Isabel, 121; Sir William, 

121. 
Gartside, Jane, 7 ; Robert, 7. 
Gatacre, Annabella Jane, 8 ; Edward, 8. 
Gavell, Dorothy, 173; Thomas, 173. 
Gawdy, Dame Elizabeth, 171 ; Sir Henry, 

171 ; Sir Robert, 171. 
Gell, Mary, 2; Thomas, 2. 
Gerrard, — , 172. 
Gibbard, Anne, 68-73, 125, 128; Bernard, 

68, 125, 12S; Elizabeth, 68, 128. 
Gibbon, Elizabeth, 7; Matthew, 7. 
Gibson, Juliana, 92. 
Gifford, Hope, 176; Mary, 176. 
Gilbert, Ann, 103; William, 103. 
Gillott, Elizabeth, 15; Robert, 15. 
Gisborne, Anna, 93 ; John, 93. 
Glascock, Edward Barclay, 102 ; Letitia, 

102; Marianne, 102. 



Glegg, Juliana, 46 ; Robert, 46 ; Sir 

Robert, 46. 
Gloucester, Rt. Rev. Edward Fowler, 

Bishop of, 173. 
Gloyne, Anna, 62 ; Samuel, 62. 
Goale, Edward, 189; Mary, 189. 
Godfrey, — , 171. 

Golding, Mary, 1 71; Thomas, 1 7 1. 
Goldington, James, 120; Mary, 120. 
GoUop, Ralph, 100; Thomas, 100; Ursula, 

93 ; William, 93. 
Goodlake, Catharine, 80; Thomas, 80. 
Goodrick, Elizabeth, 83 ; Sir Henry, 83, 

138 ; Jane, 83 ; Mary, 83 ; Richard, 

83- 
Goodyear, Elizabeth, 38 ; Michael, 38. 
Gordon, Lord Adam, 112; Elizabeth, 

112. 
Gorges, Elizabeth, loi ; Hamilton, loi. 
Gossege, Alice, 159; Daniel, 159. 
Gough, Anne, 162 ; Harry, 162 ; Richard, 

162. 
Granard, Arthur, Earl of. 41. 
Graves, Bridget, 130; Richard, 130. 
Greene, Bennett, 159; Sir Edward, 15; 

Lawrence, 159; Margaret, 159; Uame 

Margaret, 15 ; Margery, 15 ; Thomas, 

159- 
Gregge, Abigail, 6 ; Edward, 6 ; Jane, 6. 
Gregory, Mr., 57. 
Grey, Lady Elizabeth, 172; Sophia, 177; 

Thomas, Marquess of Dorset, 172 ; 

William, 177. 
Griffith, Sarah, 157. 
Grimston, Anne, 88 ; Jane, 84 ; Maria, 86 ; 

Robert, 86, 88 ; Thomas, 84. 
Grosvenor, Anne, 147 ; Deborah, 147 ; 

Elizabeth, 147 ; Richard, Earl, 147 ; 

Thomas, 147 ; Field- Marshal Thomas, 

147. 
Guilford, Francis, Earl of, 168. 
Gurney, Elizabeth, 134. 
Guscott, Sara, 154; Thomas, 154. 



Hague, Elizabeth, 168 ; Samuel, 168. 

Haigh, Job, 7. 

Hall, Abraham, 157; Alice, 159; Ambrose, 
161; Anne, 157-159, 161, 162; Anthony, 
161 ; Arthur, 162 ; Bartholomew, 157 ; 
Benedict, 159; Bennett, 159; Charles, 
160; Cicely, 157; Daniel, 158, 159, 
161, 162; Dorothy, 158; Edward, 161 ; 
Elizabeth, 157-162; Ellen, 161 ; Frances 
Elizabeth, 86 ; Gertrude, 160, 162 ; 
Humphrey, 157-161 ; James, 158; Jane, 

157, 158, 160, 161 ; Hon'''^ Jane, 160 ; 
Joan, 157 ; John, 157-159, l6i, 162 ; 
Joseph, 86, 159; Lsetitia, 161 ; Margaret, 
18, 157, 162; Martin, 157; Mary, 157, 

158, 160; Matthias, 159; Mercy, 157, 
161 ; Mildred, 159 ; Samuel, 159 ; 
Sarah, 157, 160, 162 ; Sibella, 158 ; 
Susanna, 161 ; Thomas, 18, 157-159- 

Hallett, James, 158; Mary, 158. 



Halyburton, Agatha, 147; James, 147. 
I lalyc, Henry, 104; Jane, 104. 
Ilambridge, Elizabeth, 93; William, 93. 
Hamden, Edward, no; Mary, no. 
Hamilton, Dame Anne, 148; Dame Louisa, 

14S; Sir Robert, Bt., 148. 
Hammond or Hamond, Amy, 66 ; Anne, 

139; Anthony, 66; Jane, 66; Philip, 

139- 
Hampden, Anne, 30; John, 30. 
Hanbury, Charlotte, 137; William, 137. 
Hanchel, Elizabeth, 170, 187 ; Thomas, 

170, 187. 
Hancock, Anne, 65 ; William, 65. 
Hansell, Mary, 133; Peter, 133; Rev. 

Peter, 133. 
Harbord, Edward, 177; Laetitia, 177. 
Harding, Alice, 142 ; Cicely, 182 ; John, 

1 28, 182; Sarah, 128. 
Hardwicke, Margaret, Countess of, 145 ; 

Philip, Earl of, 145. 
Hardy, Charlotte Savery, 80; Sarah, 78, 

80; Colonel Thomas Carteret, 78, 80. 
Harene, Roger, 148; Susanna Mary, 148. 
Harper or Harpur, Alderman, 109 ; 

Elizabeth, 154 ; Rev. George, 154 ; 

Hannah, 109; Mary, 53. 
Harrington, — , 165. 
Harris, Alice, 104 ; Dorothy, 84 ; Henry, 

84 ; Sarah, 89. 
Harrison, Frances, 42 ; John, 79 ; Katharine, 

42 ; Lucy Henrietta, 79 ; Thomas, 42. 
Harsnet, Dame Carola, 122 ; Sir Roger, 

122. 
Harte, Frances, 121 ; Sir George, 121. 
Hartwell, Dame Anne Charlotte Maria, 

60; Sir Francis John, Bt., 60; Dame 

Louisa, 60. 
Harvey, Anne, 172; Elizabeth, 137 ; James, 

172; John, 137; Rebecca, 137. 
Haselrig, Mary, 35. 
Haselwood, Dame Margaret, 66 ; Sir 

Thomas, 66. 
Hassell, Dorothy, n2 ; Rev. Thomas, 

na. 
Hatch, Dorothy, 10; Lewis, 10. 
Hatcliffe, — , 171. 
Hatton, Dame Mary, 22; Sir Thomas, Bt., 

22. 
PI a ugh ton, — , 120. 
Havers, Elizabeth, 28; Gilbert, 28. 
Haward, Henry, 14; May, 14. 
Hawes, Margaret, 182; Robert, 182; 

Sarah, 182. 
Hawkes, John, 185; Katharine, 185. 
Hawksworth, Alice, 84, 85 ; Amelia, 87, 88 ; 

Anne, 82, 85, 88 ; Dame Anne, 83, 84 ; 

Anne Elizabeth, 88 ; Rev. Ayscough 

Ramsden, 88 ; Barbara, 85 ; Dorothy, 

84, 85 ; Frances, 82, 85-87 ; Frances 

Elizabeth, 86, 88 ; Francis Ramsden, 

88; Isabel, 82; Isabella, 88; Isabella 

Frances, 87 ; Jane, 82, 84 ; Joan, 82 ; 
John, 82 ; Judith, 85 ; Dame Judith, 85, 

86 ; Katharine, 83 ; Margaret, 82, 85 ; 



Maria, 88 ; Marina, 83 ; Mary, 82, 85 
Dame Mary, 83 ; Peter, 84 ; Ralph, 84 
Richard, 83 ; Sir Richard, 83 ; Rev 
Richard Ramsden, 88 ; Robert, 83, 84 
Rosamund, 82, 85 ; Susanna, 83 
Thomas, 82, 83 ; Thomas Ramsden, 87 
Waher, 82, 84-86; Sir Waher, Bt., 
84-86; WilHam, 82, 84, 85. 

Haynes, Elizabeth, 26 ; Nicholas, 26. 

Hayter, Edmund, 51 ; Mary, 51. 

lleathcote, Agnes, 141 ; Alice, 142 ; 
Anna Maria, 156; Anne, 141, 142, 145, 
148, 149, 152, 153, 155, 156; Uame 
Anne, 150, 156; Anne Sophia, 156; 
Augusta Utica, 143 ; Bridget, 147 ; 
Dame Bridget, 144 ; Caleb, 144 ; 
Catharine, 141, 143 ; Dame Charlotte, 
146; Dorothy, 141, 142, 155; Elizabeth, 
141-144, 146, 147, 150-156; Dame 
Elizabeth, 145, 150, 156; Lady Elizabeth, 
149; Frances, 142, 143, 151; Dame 
Frances, 151; Frances Sarah, 152; 
George, 141, 143, 145, 153; Gilbert, 
141, 143, 144, 149, 153; Captain 
Gilbert, R.N., 155 ; Sir Gilbert, Bt., 

141, 145, 146; Venule Gilbert, 156; 
Sir Gilbert John, Bt., 146; Godfrey, 
141; Harriet, 156; Harriet Hersent, 
154; Helen, 142; Henrietta, 148; 
Henry, 145, 156; Rev. Henry, 154; 
Admiral Sir Henry, 154 ; Hester, 145, 
148 ; Dame Hester, 145, ; Jennetta, 
154, 155; John, 141-144, 146, 147; 
Sir John, Bt., 141, 144; Josiah, 142-144; 
Josiah Eyles, 143 ; Katharine, 153 ; 
Dame Katherine Sophia, 146 ; Lajtitia, 
152; Lydia, 146; Lady Margaret, 145; 
Maria, 143, 148; Maria Frances, 155; 
Martha, 144, 145 ; Mary, 142, 144, 
148-150, 152-154; Mary Ellen, 154; 
Robert, 147; Rosamund, 142; Samuel, 

142, 149-151, 155, 156; Rev. Samuel, 
153; Dame Sara, 154; Sophia Eliza- 
beth, 156; Thomas, 145; Sir Thomas, 
Bt., 150, 155, 156; Rev. Thomas, 151, 
152 ; Rev. Thomas Henry, 155 ; 
William, 144; Sir William, Bt., 149, 
151; Rev. William, 151, 152. 

Heathfield, John, 132; Mary, 132. 

Heaton, John, 97. 

Heber, Elizabeth, 181 ; Mary, 181 ; 
Richard, iSl. 

Heigham, Sir Clement, 171 ; Dorothy, 
171; Mary, 35; Thomas, 35. 

Hein, Margaret, 105. 

Henniker, John Minet, Lord, 96, 97 ; 
Hon'''° Major, 96; Hon''''= Mary, 96. 

Herbert, Elizabeth, 64. 

Heme, Elizabeth, 76 ; Rev. John Buck- 
worth, 76 ; Mary Anne, 76 ; see also 
Buckworth- Heme. 

Hersent, Frances, 151; Rev. Peter, 151. 

Hervey, Frances, 28; John, 28; Mary, 28. 

Heslop, Ven'^''^ Luke, 131 ; ^Lary Frances, 
131- 



Hewet, Dorothy, 83 ; Laurence, 83 ; 

Susanna, 83. 
Heyman, Elizabeth Engel, 81 ; Henry, 81 ; 

Rosina, 81. 
Heywood, Mary, 69; Thomas, 69. 
Hickman, Elizabeth, 26; Walter, 26. 
Hicks, Elizabeth, 174; Sir Michael, 174. 
Hind, Sarah, 50; Rev. Thomas, 50. 
Hinman, Dorothy, 163; Henry, 163. 
Hinton, Elizabeth, 150, 156; William, 150, 

156. 
Hobart, Dorothy, 19; Sir Henry, Bt., 

19- 
Hobbey, John, 30; Mary, 30. 
Hobbs, John, 53 ; Mary, 53. 
Plobman, Ann, 31; William Smyth, 31. 
Hodgkinson, John, 119; Mary, 119. 
Hodgkis, Anne, 106. 
Holbeach, Elizabeth, 29 ; William, 29. 
Holcombe, Mary, 60; Rev. William, 60. 
Holder, Bridget, 130; Elizabeth, 130; 

Thomas, 130. 
Holford, Dorothy, 18. 
Holgate, Edward, 167; Elizabeth, 167. 
Holland, Joan, 61. 
Holmes, Anne, 81 ; David, 81 ; Robert, 

81. 
Holt, Elizabeth, 87 ; Patience, i ; Robert, 

I ; William, 87. 
Holworthy, Elizabeth, 151 ; Matthew, 

151- 
Hood, Anne, iii; William, iii. 
Hooton, J., 119; Margaret, 119. 
Horneck, General Charles, 143. 
Horton, Judith, 86; William, 86. 
Hoskyns, Sir Hungerford, Bt., 2; Sarah, 2 ; 

Dame Sarah, 2. 
Hotham, Amelia, 88 ; Caroline, 88 ; 

George, 88. 
Houblon, Elizabeth, 137 ; Sir James, 

137- 
Howard, Anne, 150; Elizabeth, 14; 

Frances, 188 ; Henry, 14 ; John, 

Duke of Norfolk, 14; Sir William, 

188. 
Howard of Effingham, Thomas, Lord, 

150. 
Howe, Dame Anne, 22 ; Sir John Grobham, 

21 ; Juliana, Viscountess, 22; Sir Scrope, 

Viscount, 22; Susan, 21. 
Huddleston, Joan, 15. 
Hudson, Elizabeth, 145; Mrs., 118; 

Robert, 145. 
Hurdsman, Captain, 168; Mar}', 168. 
Hurleston, Elizabeth, 5 ; John, 5 ; Mary, 5. 
Hurt, Charles, 2 ; Elizabeth, 2 ; Francis, 2 ; 

Francis Edward, 2 ; Mary, 2 ; Mary 

Anne, 2; Susannah, 2. 
Hussey, Charlotte, 137; Sir Edward, Bt., 

84, 137; Rebecca, 84. 
Hutchinson, Martha, 54; Ralph, 54. 
llulton. Rev. Charles, 13; Mary, 13. 
Hyde, George, 76; Ralph, 14. 
Hylton, Anne, 34; Elizabeth, 34 ; Nicholas, 

34- 



203 



I'Anson, Anne, 49, 52, 55 ; Barbara, 52 ; 
Sir Brian, Bt., 50, 54; Bryan, 49-52, 
56, 57; Charles, 52; Clement, 51; 
Dorothy, 52 ; Dame Dorothy, 50 ; 
Edward, 51 ; Elizabeth, 50, 52-55 ; 
Emma, 50 ; Esther, 50 ; Frances, 52, 
54, 55 ; George, 51 ; Grace, 55 ; 
Hannah, 53 ; Captain Henry, K.N., 53; 
Sir Henry, 50 ; Hester, 50 ; James, 49, 
51, 53. 57 ; John, 49, 52-55 ;■ Sir John, 
Bt., 53; Rev. Sir John Bankes, 51; 
Margaret, 52, 53 ; Maria, 54 ; Martha, 
54 ; Mary, 49, 52, 53, 55 ; Dame Mary, 
50, 51, 53; Mary Anne, 52; Nathaniel, 
52; Ralph Mark, 55; Richard, 51; 
Rokeby Bryan, 50 ; Sarah, 50 ; Silena, 
50; Sophia, 53; Susan, 49; Susanna, 49; 
Thomas, 51, 55 ; Sir Thomas, Bt., 50, 
51 ; Rev. Sir Thomas Bankes, 51 ; 
Thomasine, 49; William, 51, 52, 54, 57. 

Ingle, Frederick, 134; Pleasance, 134. 

Isham, Eliza, 139; Jane, 139; Rev. Vere, 
139- 



Jackson, Elizabeth, 166; Frances, 166; 

Mary, 120; Rev. William, 166. 
Jacob, Dame Catharine, 23; Sir John, Bt., 

23, 24. 
Jacobsen, Anne, 142; Sir Jacob, 142. 
Jaques, Joanna, 130; Robert, 130. 
Jay, Anne, 159. 
Jefferys or Jefferies, Benjamin, 94 ; Mary, 

94, 181. 
Jenkinson, Paul, 137; Penelope, 137. 
Jenkyn, Godman, 42; Sarah, 42. 
Jennens, Mary, 181; Richard, 181; Susan, 

181. 
Jenny, Margaret, 75. 

Jermy, Mary, 51; Captain Seth, R.N., 51. 
Jermyn, Dorothy, 11; Edward, 28; 

Elizabeth, 28; Francis, 11. 
Johnson, Abraham, 187 ; Anne, 187 ; 

Grissogon, 172; Jane, 187; Mr., 117; 

Peter, 172. 
Johnstone, Amelia, 88 ; Rev. Charles 

Vanden Bempde, 88 ; Lewis, 145 ; 

Dame Margaret, 88 ; Martha, 145 ; 

Sir Richard Vanden Bempde, Bt., 88. 
Jones, Edward, 143 ; Elizabeth, 9, 143 ; 

John, 9. 
Jordan, Arthur, 186; Bridget, 186. 
Justice, Mary, 163. 
Juxon, Mary, 29. 



Keate, Mary, 11. 

Kemble, Frances Crawford, i ; Stephen 

George, i. 
Kemp, Joan, 174; Sir William, 174. 
Kendrick, Ann, 136 ; John, 136. 
Kent, Jane, 157 ; William, 157. 
Kerr, Lady Anne, 22 ; Robert, Earl of 

Somerset, 22. 
Kildare, Gerald, Earl of, 125. 



Killingbeck, Jane, 157 ; Richard, 157. 
Killingworlh, Beatrice, 21 ; Elizabeth, 21 ; 

Giles, 21 ; John, 21. 
King, Anne, 82; Elizabeth, 174; Mary 

Anne, 79 ; Richard, 82 ; Sir Robert, 

174; Dame Sophia, 174; William, 79. 
Kinnersly, Anna, 7 ; Mary, 7 ; Thomas, 7. 
Kirkby, Alice, lio; Frances, no; Mary, 

158; William, lio; William Comber, 

158. 
Kitson, Abraham, 25, 30 ; Katharine, 16, 

25, 30; Sir Thomas, 16. 
Knight, Elizabeth, 135; Hannah, 135; 

John, 61 ; Mary, 61 ; Rev. Samuel, 135; 

Ven'^'<= Samuel, 135. 
Knightley, Mary, 170; Dame Mary, 170; 

Sir Richard, 170. 
Knipe, Sir Randolph, 131 ; Sarah, 131. 



Lambard, Mary, 41 ; William, 41. 
Lambert, Elias, 188; Elizabeth, 1S8 ; 

Thomas, 99, 100. 
de Lancy, Anne, 145 ; James, 145. 
Langton, Edward, 63 ; Jane, 122 ; Mary, 

122; Rebecca, 63; Thomas, 122. 
Lanham, Margaret, 18. 
Latimer, John, Lord, 16. 
Law, Mrs. W. T., 78, 79, 81. 
Lawrence, Rev. Charles, 184 ; Elizabeth, 

108; Martha, 184; Mary, 184; Robert, 

108. 
Lee, Anne, 49; Sir Henry, 49; Robert, 

49- 
Leeds, Anne, 190; Edward, 190. 
Legard, Anne Elizatieth, 88; George, 88. 
Legge, Lady Barbara, 48 ; William, Earl 

of Dartmouth, 48. 
Legrose, Sir Thomas, 175. 
Leigh, Edward, 29 ; Francis, Earl of 

Chichester, 39 ; Sir Francis, 39 ; Jane, 

29 ; Juliana, 39 ; Dame Mary, 39. 
Lempster, William, Baron, 45. 
Leventhorpe, Dame Dorothy, 18 ; Sir 

Thomas, Bt., 18. 
Lewis, Catharine, 44; John, 44. 
Liddell, Frances, 83; Sir Thomas, Bt., 83. 
Lightfoote, Mr., 56. 
Lister, Jane, 30; Sir Martin, 30 ; Matthew, 

30; Dame Susanna, 30. 
Littlejohn, Martha, 94; Richard, 94. 
Lloyd, Mary, 178, 181; Sir Richard, 178, 

181. 
Lockwood, Rev. Edward, 70 ; Elizabeth, 

70; Judith, 70; Lucy, 70; Richard, 70. 
Locton, Anne, 15; Walter, 15. 
Lovelace, Dame Anne, 124; Sir William, 

124. 
Lovell, Harriet Hersent, 154; Langford, 

154- 
Lovet or Lovett, Ann, 34 ; Elizabeth, 34, 

35; Penelope, 136; Robert, 136; 

Thomas, 34. 
Lowe, Abigail, 4; John, 4. 
Lowfield, Henrietta Maria, 41 ; William, 41. 



204 



Lowndes, William, 122. 

Lucas, Anne, 170; Emma, 97; Stucley, 

97; Thomas, 170. 
Ludford, Catharine, 44 ; John, 44 ; Juliana, 

44 ; Samuel (formerly Bracebridge), 44. 
Luke, Mary, 178, 179, 181 ; Sir Samuel, 

178, 181. 
Lulham or Lelham, Eleanor, 108, 113; 

Thomas, 108, 113. 
Luis, Arnold, 38 ; Susanna, 38. 
Lumley, Sir Martin, 157; Dame Mary, 

157 ; Sarah, 157. 
Lundy, James, loi ; Jane, loi. 
Lycens, Sarah, 105. 
Lyell, Anne, 155; Charles, 155; Mary, 

155 ; Sarah, 90, 92. 
Lysons, Mrs. Samuel, 80; Sarah, 80. 
Lyster, Anne, 82 ; Katherine, 83 ; 

Rosamund, 82 ; Thomas, 82 ; William, 

83 ; Sir William, 83. 



Macclesfield, George, Earl of, 152; Janet, 
Countess of, 149 ; Mary, Countess of, 
152; Thomas, Earl of, 149, 152. 
Machell, Elizabeth, 124; John, 124. 
MacNally, Frances, 55 ; Leonard, 55 ; 

Louisa, 55. 
Maddison, George, 33 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

George, 33 ; Mary, 33. 
Magee, Catharine Elizabeth, 103 ; Rev. 
John, 103 ; Lettice, 103 ; Rev. William, 
103. 
Mainwaring, Elizabeth, 126; J., 126. 
Major, Henniker-, John Minet, 96 ; Mary, 

96. 
Malet or Mallett, Dionisia, 14; Frances, 

10 ; Michael, 10 ; William, 14. 
Man or Mann, Jane, 179 ; Mary, 32 ; 

Robert, 179. 
Manners, Lady Anne, 22 ; John, 146 ; 
John, Earl of Rutland, 22 ; Katherine 
Sophia, 146; Louisa, Countess of Dysart, 
146. 
Manning, Elizabeth, 4 ; Thomas, 4. 
Mannocke, Audrey, 20 ; Francis, 20 ; 

Giles, 20 ; William, 18, 20. 
Manship, Anne, 72 ; Elizabeth, 72 ; John, 

72. 
Manwood, Dorothy, 121 ; Dame Frances, 

121 ; Sir Peter, 121. 
Markham, Anne, 84 ; Dame Rebecca, 84 ; 

Sir Robert, Bt., 84. 
Markwick, Eleanor, 108, 113; Peter, 108. 
Marley, Anne, 125 ; Walter, 125. 
Marmion, Margery, 185; Rev. Roland, 185. 
Marriott, Samuel, 191 ; Sarah, 191. 
Marsh, Elizabeth, 6; John, 150; Mary, 

ISO- 
Marshall, George W., 113; Mary, 120; 

Susannah, 120; William, 120. 
Martin or Martyn, Everilda Dorothea, 
169 ; Dame P>erilda Dorothea, 169 ; 
Lydia, 161 ; Sir Mordaunt, Bt., 169. 
Mascall, John, 108 ; Margaret, 108. 



Masham, Sir John, Bt., 40 ; Margaret, 40. 
Massey or Massie, Anne, 5 ; Elizabeth, 4 ; 

John, 104 ; Mary, 5, 104 ; Roger, 4, 5. 
Master, Elizabeth, 154, 155; Rear- Admiral 
James, 155; Jennetta, 155; Rev. Robert, 
154, 155- 
Mathew, Mary, 121. 

Maunsell, Christian, 103 ; William Henry, 
i 103. 
Mawhood, Alice, iii; William, in, 118. 
Maynard, Edmund, 186; Elizabeth, 186. 
Meade, Catherine, 9 ; Rev. Richard John, 

9; Thomas, 9. 
Medland, Mary, 32; William, 32. 
Meirs, Margaret, 19. 

Melhuish, Elizabeth, 11 ; Rev. Richard, 11. 
Meller, Anne, 120; Edward, 120; 
Elizabeth, 119, 120; John, 119, 120; 
Joseph, 119, 120; Margaret, 119; 
Marmaduke, 119; Mary, 119, 120; 
Sarah, 119, 120; Susannah, 120; 
Thomas, 120; Thomas William, 119; 
Rev. Thomas William, 119; Walter, 
119, 120; William, 120. 
Merbury, Elizabeth, 4 ; Thomas, 4. 
Meriton, Henrietta, 95; Henry, 95. 
Metcalfe, Alice, 25; Anne, 25; Thomas, 25. 
Methwold, Susan, 27 ; William, 27 ; Sir 

William, 27. 
Meur, Abraham, 45 ; Elizabeth, 45. 
Michell or Mitchell, Dorothy, 93, 157; 

Jane, log; Thomas, 109. 
Micklethwaite, Anne, in; Rev. Elias, 

III. 
Middleton, Alice, 16, 23; Cicely, 157; 
John, 16, 23 ; Mary, 5, 178 ; Roger, 5 ; 
Simon, 178. 
Mildmay, Henry, 24; Joan, 24. 
Miller, Hester, 45 ; Joan, 182 ; Nicholas, 

45 ; Thomas, 182. 
Moigne, Elizabeth, 26 ; Thomas, 26. 
Monck, Ambrose, 50; Silena, 50. 
Moore, A. C, 76, 78, 79, 81 ; Emma, 78; 
Judith, 65 ; Mary Anne, 78 ; Philip 
Charles, 78 ; Stephen, 65 ; William, 78. 
Mordaunt, Hon'^'«= Cicely, 182 ; Elizabeth, 
186 ; Honbie George, 182 ; John, Lord, 
182; Katharine, 182; Lewis, 186. 
More, Dame Alice, 16 ; Sir John, 14 ; Sir 

Thomas, 16. 
Morin, Susan, 190; Thomas, 190. 
Morrice, Anne, 181; John, 181. 
Morrison, Elizabeth, 26; Jane, 26; Thomas, 

26. 
Morton, Agatha, Countess of, 147 ; Bridget, 
Countess of, 147; James, Earl of, 147; 
Susanna, 106; Thomas, 106. 
Mott, John Thurston, 134 ; Sophia, 134 ; 

Thomas Vertue, 134. 
Moyer, Benjamin, 146; Lydia, 146. 
Mundy, Edward, 45 ; Hester, 45 ; Hester 

Margaretta, 45. 
Musgrave, Dame Elizabeth, 86; Sir 

Richard, Bt., 86. 
Mytton, Lelitia, 5; Richard, 5. 



205 



Napier, Hon*''* Alee Emma, 8 ; IIon*^'e 

. iAnnabella Jane, 8 ; Dame Catharine, 23 ; 
Hon''''= Charles, 8 ; Francis, Lord, 8 ; 
Jane, 23 ; Rev. John Warren, 7 ; Sir 
Nathaniel, Bi., 23; Sir William, Bt., 23. 

Nash, Elizabeth, 61. 

Nelson, Robert, 183; Sarah, 183. 

Netherniill, Isabel, 121; Julius, 121. 

Nevett, Mary, 105 ; Thomas, 105. 

Nevil, Nevile or Nevill, Amphilis, 34 ; 
Anne, 34 ; Bridget, 86 ; Dorothy, 16 ; 
John, 34 ; John, Lord Latimer, 16 ; 
William, 86. 

Newdegate, Amphilis, 34-36, 41, 46 
Anne, 34-37, 39, 40, 44 ; Dame Anne 
38 ; Anthony, 35-38 ; Barbara, 36 
Carew, 36 ; Charity, 43, 44 ; Charles 

35, 36, 44-46 ; Charles Newdigate, 48 
Dorothy, 37 ; Dunstan, 37 ; Edward 
36; Sir Edward, Bt. , 45; Elizabeth 

34, 38, 41, 43, 45, 46 ; Dame Elizabeth 
40 ; Frances, 42, 43, 48 ; Francis, 34 

36, 39, 41, 42, 45-48; Frederick, 36 
George, 34, 36, 37, 42 ; Gilbert, 42 
Grj'sell, 39; Henr)-, 35; Dame Henrietta 
Maria, 41 ; Dame Hester Margaretta, 
45; Jane, 35, 43, 45; Jenkyn, 42; Joan, 
37; John 34, 35, 38, 40-44, 46, 47; 
Sir John, 38 ; Juliana, 39, 42-44, 46 ; 
Dame Juliana, 39 ; Katharine, 40, 43 ; 
Leltice, 40; Maria, 48; Martha, 35, 38; 
Mary, 34-36, 38, 39, 42, 43 ; Dame 
Mary, 41 ; Milliccnt, 46, 47 ; Nicholas, 
36 ; Ralegh, 36 ; Richard, 40, 43, 45 ; 
Sir Richard, Bt., 39-41 ; Robert, 36, 37, 
42, 43 ; Sir Roger, Bt., 42, 43, 45 ; 
Rose, 37 ; Sarah, 42 ; Dame Sarah, 40 ; 
Sebastian, 36 ; Dame Sophia, 45 ; 
Silvester, 37 ; Susanna, 38 ; Sybil, 37 ; 
Thomas, 35, 44 ; Waller, 41 ; William, 

35, 36; Winifred, 35, 38. 
Newdigate- Newdegate, Francis Alexander, 

35, 38-48. 
Newman, Ann, 136; |ane, 136; Thomas, 

Newnham, Mary, 95 ; William, 95. 
Newport, Elizabeth, 170; George, 170; 

John, 15; Mary, 15. 
Newstead, Elizabeth, 142, 149. 
Nicoll, Samuel, 42 ; Sarah, 42. 
Noel, Baptist, Viscount Campden, 22 ; 

Hester, Viscountess Campden, 22 ; 

Juliana, 22. 
Norcliffe, Elizabeth, 83 ; Sir Thomas 83. 
Norfolk, Henry, Duke of, 74, 107 ; John, 

Duke of, 14. 
Norman, Frances, 94 ; John, 94. 
North, Francis, Earl of Guilford, 168 ; 

Lady Louisa, 168. 
Nutt, George, 42 ; Margaret, 42. 



Ogilvie, Emily Charlotte, 59; William, 59. 
Oldfield, Joseph, 49; Thomasine, 49. 
Olivier, John, 189; Lydia, 189. 



Ord, Isabella Frances, 87 ; James Pickering, 

87. 
Ovey, Mary, 76. 

Owen, Jane, 5 ; Letitia, 5 ; Roger, 5. 
Owtrem, Elizabeth, 141. 



Packe, Anne, 137-139; Dame Anne, 136; 
Arabella, 138; Catherine, 136, 137; 
Catherine Maria, 139 ; Charles, 137 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Charles James, 137, 138; 
Charles William, 138; Charlotte, 137; 
Christopher, 136, 140; Sir Christopher, 
136, 138; Clifton, 136, 139; Clifton 
Christopher, 138; Eliza, 139; Dame 
Elizabeth, 136; Elizabeth Rebecca, 137; 
Frances, 138; GeorgeHussey, 138; Lieut. - 
Colonel Henry, 139; Jane, 136; Mary, 
137; Penelope, 136-138; Rebecca, 137; 
Robert Christopher, 139; Lieut. -Colonel 
Simon, 137, 138, 140; Susanna, 139; 
Thomas, 136 ; Rev. William James, 
136. 

Palavicini, Dame Elizabeth, 17; Sir Henry, 
17 ; Katharine, 17. 

Palin, Hannah, 167. 

Palmer, Charles, 42 ; Edward, 43 ; Elizabeth, 
43; Mary, 42, 49; Robert, 49; William, 
42. 

Palmeter, Samuel, 81. 

Parker, Anne, 7 ; Charles, 48 ; Lady 
Elizabeth, 149 ; P'rances I'hilippa, 47 ; 
George, 39 ; George, Earl of Macclesfield, 
152; Sir Henry, Bt., 51 ; Jane, 7, 48; 
Janet, Countess of Macclesfield, 149 ; 
Janetta Hester, 47 ; Rev. John, 7 ; 
Laetitia, 152; Louisa Millicent, 48; 
Lucy Hanneretta, 47 ; Margaret, 51 ; 
Dame Martha, 152 ; Mary, 39, 47 ; Mary, 
Countess of Macclesfield, 152; \Iillicent, 
46, 47 ; Nathaniel, 138 ; Philadelphia, 
39 ; Robert, 47 ; Rev. Robert, 47 ; 
Sarah, 138 ; Sophia, 47 ; Sophia Eliza- 
beth, 47 ; Thomas, Earl of Macclesfield, 
149, 152; Sir Thomas, 39, 152; William, 
46, 47. 

Parkhurst, Anna Maria, 169 ; Richard, 
169. 

Parkinson, Margaret, 119. 

Parlby, John Alexander, 160, 161 ; Rev. 
John Hall, 161 ; Lsetitia, 160, 161 ; 
Lydia, 161 ; Thomas, 161. 

Parry, Dorothy, 52; John, 33, 52; Joseph, 
95 ; Sarah, 95. 

Parsons, James, 95 ; Ursula, 95. 

Partridge, Alice, 131, 134; Anne, 130; 
Catharine, 130, 132, 135; Charles Robert, 
134; Charlotte, 133; Elizabeth, 130, 
135 ; Frederick Robert, 131 ; George 
Anthony, 131 ; Hannah, 131 ; Henry, 
130-133 ; Henry Samuel, 131 ; Jane, 
132; Joanna, 130 ; John, 134; Rev. 
John, 133 ; Rev. John Anthony, 135 ; 
Joseph, 131-134; Katherine, 131; 



206 



Katherine Mary, 132; Louisa Isabella, 
135; Martha, 130, 134; Mary, 131-133; 
Mary Frances, 131; Pleasance, 134; 
Robert, 130-132 ; Rev. Robert, 133 ; 
Sarah, 130, 131, 133, 134 ; Sarah 
Frances, 132 ; Sophia, 134 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel Walter, 132, 133. 
Paslew, Alexander, 82; Jane, 82. 
Pasley, Magdalena, 69 ; Dame Mary, 69 ; 

Admiral Sir Thomas, 69. 
Patricke, Bridget, 166. 
Pawthorne, Margaret, 157. 
Paybody, Mary, 119. 
Paynter, Elizabeth, 26; William, 26. 
Pemberton, Joseph, 103; Sophia, 103. 
Pendlebury, Hon'^'e James, 136; IIon'''<= 

Penelope, 136. 
Penleaze, Mary, 106; William, 106. 
Pepys, Dame Elizabeth, 68 ; Hannah, 
135 ; Talbot, 135 ; Sir William Weller, 
Bt., 68. 
Percivall, Arabella, 70, 72 ; Edward 
Lockwood, 70; Elizabeth, 70; Joseph, 
70, 72. 
Perient, Sir George, 182 ; Mary, 182, 

187. 
Petch, Mary, 163. 
Philips, John, 2; Sarah, 2. 
Phcenix, John, 96 ; Mary, 96. 
Pickering, Isaac, 153; Katharine, 153. 
Pickett, Mary, 61. 
Pigott, Anne, 122; Elizabeth, 15; Henry, 

15 ; Thomas, 122. 
Pilkington, Isabella, 88 ; Dame Isabella, 

88; Sir Michael, Bt., 88. 
Pitt, Mary, 119. 

Pledgard, Margaret, 16; Thomas, 16-18. 
Pleydell, Anne, 64 ; Dame Catherine, 64 ; 

Sir Charles, 64. 
Plumbe, Elizabeth, 187 ; Thomas, 187. 
Plumer, Anne, 108, 113; Eliza, 81; 
Elizabeth, 108 ; Hall, 81 ; James, 108, 
"3- 
Pochin, Charlotte, 137 ; George, 137 ; 

Mary, 137 ; Thomas, 137. 
Pole, Anne, 39, 43, 46 ; Elizabeth, 46 ; 
Lieut. -General Edward, 46; German, 
39 ; Millicent, 46 ; Samuel, 46. 
Polstead, Ann, 173, 188; Henry, 173, 

188; Mary, 173. 
Pott, Edmund, 28 ; Mrs. Robert, 79 ; 

Susan, 28 ; William, 28. 
Potts, William, 79. 
Poules, Delia, 91. 

Poulter, Margaret, 188 ; Richard, 188. 
Powell, Anne, 161 ; David, 124 ; Mary, 

124. 
Powlett, William, 58. 

Price, Albinia, 78 ; Anne, 77, 80, 81 ; 
Bartholomew, 75, 78 ; Rev. Bartholomew, 
75y 77, 80 ; Rev. Cadwallader, 77 ; 
Caroline Elizabeth, 76; Catherine, 76-78, 
80, 81 ; Charles, 76, 77 ; Sir Charles, 
76; Sir Charles, Bt., 79; Charlotte 
Savery, 80 ; Edmund, 75 ; Edward, 77 ; 



Edwin Plumer, 78; Eliza, 81 ; Elizabeth, 
76, 79 ; Elizabeth Caroline, 81 ; Eliza- 
beth Engel, 81; Francis Lysons, 80; 
George Rugge, 80 ; Henrietta, 80 ; 
Jane, 75, 77; Dame Jane, 76; Joan, 76; 
John, 75, 77, 80 ; Rev. John, 75 ; John 
Charles, 77 ; Leonard Charles, 79 ; 
Lucy Henrietta, 79 ; Margaret, 75 ; 
Martha, 78 ; Mary, 75-77, 80, 81 ; 
l^ame Mary, 79 ; Mary Anne, 76, 78 ; 
Dame Mary Anne, 79 ; Petley, 75, 76, 
78; Petley Garnham, 76, 80; Ralph, 80; 
Rev. Ralph, 75, 78, 79 ; Ralph Charles, 
80 ; Richard, 75, 81 ; Robert, 77 ; 
Sarah, 77-81 ; Susan, 75 ; Thomas, 75, 
76, 81 ; William, 75, 80 ; William 
Arthur, 80. 

Pridgett, Elizabeth, 157; Walter, 157. 

Pulter, Anne, 121 ; Edward, 121. 

Purcas, Catharine, 132, 134, 135 ; Jane, 
132; William, 132, 135. 

Pye, Dame Anne, 30; Barbara, 30; 
Richard, 30; Sir Robert, 30. 



Quarles, Anne, 159; Elizabeth, 159; 
Francis, 159. 



Raddish, Anne, 164 ; William, 164. 
Ramsden, Bridget, 86 ; Elizabeth, 86 ; 
Frances, 85, 86 ; Grace, 88 ; John, 86 ; 
Joseph, 86, 87 ; Judith, 87 ; Mary, 86, 
87 ; Samuel, 87, 88 ; Susannah, 87, 88 ; 
Thomas, 85, 86. 
Ratcliff, Elizabeth, 102. 
Rawdon, Katherine, 30 ; Sir Marmaduke, 

30- 
Rawson, Barbara, 85 ; Lawrence, 8q ; 

William, 85. 
Rawstorne, Isabella, S8; Rev. William, 88. 
Rayley, Augustin, 133; Doroth)-, 133. 
Rayner, Christopher, 141; Hester, 141. 
Read or Reade, Mary, 27; Matilda, 91; 

Stephen, 91. 
Redmore, Elizabeth, 163. 
Relfe, Alice, 121 ; Richard, 121. 
Remington, Sir Robert, 122. 
Revell, John, 103 ; Margaret Esther, 103. 
Reynardson, Sir Abram, 176; Dame 
Eleanor, 176; Henry Birch, 131; 
Katherine, 131; Mary, 176; Samuel, 
131 ; Sarah, 131, 
Reynolds, Anne, 63 ; James, 63. 
Rich, Ann, 177; Elizabeth, 112; John, 

177; Jonas, 112; Sophia, 177. 
Richardson, Mary, 76; Richard, 76, 79; 

Sarah, 79. 
Richmond, Martha, 179; Thomas, 179. 
Rigby, (Gilbert, 87 ; Mary, 87. 
Rimbron, Catharine, 183; Herbert, 183. 
Rivers, Dame Elizabeth, 122; Sir John, 

122. 
Rivers, a/tas Comber, John, 108. 
Rix, Mary Ann, 91; William, 91. 



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Roberts, Francis, 122; Mary, 122; Sir 

William, 122. 
Robins, Anne, 77 ; Catharine, 78 ; Henry, 

77; Mary, 77. 
Robinson, Rev. John, 33 ; Sarah, 33. 
Roebuck, Elizabeth, 1 19. 
Rokeby, Dorothy, 50; Emma, 50; William, 

50- 
Rolt, Dame Anne, 174; Sir John, 174. 
Rose, Susanna, 95. 
Rosenhagen, Arnold, 167; Elizabeth, 167; 

Melosine, 167. 
Roth, Camillo, 80. 
Rothwell, Anne, 175; Dame Elizabeth, 

175; Sir Richard, Bt., 175. 
Roughsedge, Elizabeth, 155 ; Rev. Robert 

Hankinson, 155. 
Rous, Sir John, Bt., 70; Dame Juditli, 70. 
Rowland, Anne, 63. 
Rugge, Mary, 79; William, 79. 
Rugge- Price, Sir Charles, Bt., 79. 
Russell, Anne, Duchess of Bedford, 22 ; 

Bernard, 102 ; Christian, 102 ; Lady 

Diana, 22 ; William, Duke of Bedford, 

22. 
Rutland, John, Earl of, 22. 
Ryle, John, 2. 
Rymer, Mary, 168. 
Ryves, Rev. Henry Pleydell, 162 ; Sarah, 

162. 



Sainthill, Elizabeth, 186. 

St. Barbe, Henry, 123; Ursula, 123. 

St. George, Sir Henry, 140. 

St. John, Very Rev. the Hon'''« Andrew, 

129; Sir St. Andrew, 178; Elizabeth, 

Lady, 160; Hon'''<= Jane, 160; John, 

Baron, 129, 160; Sarah, 129; Hon'''^ 

Sarah, 129. 
Salisbury, Elizabeth, 34; John, 34. 
Salusbury, Elizabeth, 5; Owen, 5. 
Samson, James, 53 ; Margaret, 53. 
Sanderson, Elizabeth, 112; John, 112; 

Sarah, 112. 
Sandys, Anne, 121 ; Cecily, 121 ; Mo.st 

Rev. Edwin, Archbishop of York, 121. 
Sapcote, Dame Anne, 14 ; Elizabeth, 14 ; 

Sir Richard, 14. 
Saunders, Ann, 36; George, 36; Hester, 

50; William, 50. 
Savage, Hon'''<= Alice, 5 ; John, Lord, 5 ; 

Sir John, Bt., 23; Dame Mary, 23; 

Hon'^ie Richard, 5 ; Robert, 9 ; Sir 

Thomas, Bt., 23. 
Savery, Martha, 78 ; Rev. Servington, 

78. 
Savile or Saville, Anne, 59 ; Jane, 83 ; 

Sir John, 83; Samuel, 59; Sarah, 59. 
Sawbridge, Mary, 8, 127; William, 8, 127. 
Saxton, Elizabeth, 126; Joseph, 126. 
Say, Rev. Henry, 132 ; Jane, 132 ; Mary, 

131; Robert, 131; William, 132. 
Sayer, Margaret, 162. 
Scoles, Elizabeth, 79; John, 79. 



Scot or Scott, Anne, 93; Dorothy, 1S5 ; 
George, 93, 185 ; John, 88, 93 ; 
Margaret, 88 ; Margery, 185 ; Robert, 

93- 
Scott-Gatty, Sir Alfred .Scott, 74, 107. 
Scrowther, Sarah, 162. 
Searlc, Elizabeth, 147 ; John, 147. 
Sedley, Sir Charles, 43 ; Dame Frances, 

43- 
Selwyn, Alice, 128; William, 128. 
Senior, Agnes, 14 1 ; Anne, 187 ; Richard, 

141 ; Thomas, 187. 
Sewster, Alice, 18; William, 16, 18. 
Seymour, Anne, Duchess of Somerset, 36 ; 

Charles, Lord, 21 ; Edward, Duke of 

Somerset, 36; Elizabeth, Lady, 21; 

Mary, 21. 
Sharland, George, 12 ; Harriet, 12 ; John, 

12; Mary, 12. 
Shaw, Dame Anna Maria, 175 ; Christopher, 

120; Sir John, Bt., 175. 
Shelton, John, 15; Margaret, 15. 
Shepherd, Edward, 7 ; Mary, 7. 
Shortnidge, Elizabeth, 13; Philip, 13. 
Shultleworth, Elizabeth, 2; James, 2. 
Sikes, Jane, 8 ; Thomas, 8 ; William, 8. 
.Simonds, Frances, 126; Henry, 126. 
Simpson, Adam, i ; Mary, I. 
Singleton, Hester, 126; John, 126. 
Sitwell, Edward Sacheverell Wilmot, 2 ; 

Lucy, 2 ; Mary Wilmot, 2 ; Robert 

Sacheverell, 2. 
Skeffington, Dame Anne, 40; Sir Richard, 

40; Sir William, Bt., 40. 
Skeggs, Henry, 185; Susan, 185. 
Skippon, Dame Anne, 176; Dame Amy, 

176; Sir Philip, 176; Major-General 

Philip, 176. 
-Skynner, Deborah, 147 ; Stephen, 147. 
Sloane, Elizabeth, 145 ; Hester, 145 ; 

William, 145. 
Smarte, Elizabeth, 15; John, 15. 
Smith or Smyth, Anna Maria, 58 ; 

Elizabeth, 20 ; Everilda Dorothea, 169 ; 

Grissogon, 172; Joan, 76; John, 174; 

Martha, 144; Mary, 21; Mr., 98, 99; 

Philadelphia, 58; Rebecca, 127; Stephen, 

172; Thomas, 20, 21; Walter, 58; 

Colonel William, 144 ; Rev. William, 

169. 
Sneyd, Barbara, 48 ; Frances, 48 ; Ralph, 

48. 
Snowdon, Elizabeth, 127 ; Solomon, 127. 
Soame, Dame Anne, 171 ; Bartholomew, 

170; Elizabeth, 20; Jane, 171, 174; 

Katherine, 170 ; Sir Stephen, 171, 174; 

Thomas, 20. 
Sockett, Frances Philippa, 47 ; Richard, 

. 47- 

Somerset, Anne, Duchess of, 36 ; Edward, 

Duke of, 36 ; Robert, Earl of, 22. 
Southcote, Jane, 187 ; John, 187. 
Spencer, .Sir John, 16 ; Dame Katharine, 

16 ; Margaret, 16 ; Mary, 30 ; Sir 

William, 30. 



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Stanhope, Anne, 36 ; Catharine, 22 ; 
Catharine, Countess of Chesterfield, 22 ; 
Dame Catharine, 24 ; Cordell, 24 ; 
Sir Edward, 36 ; Elizabeth, 21 ; Dame 
Elizabeth, 36 ; Henry, Lord, 22 ; John, 
Lord, 21 ; Sir John, 24 ; Philip, Earl of 
Chesterfield, 22. 
Staniforth, Tudith, 85 ; William, 85 ; Rev. 

William, '85. 
Stanley, Walter, 35 ; Winifred, 35. 
Stansfield, Eleanor, 109; Jane, 109; John, 

109. 
Starkie, Frances, 87 ; Le Gendre, 87 ; 

Nicholas, 87 ; Sarah, 87. 
Statham, Mary Ellen, 154; Harriet, 156; 

William, 154, 156. 
Stead, Elizabeth, 46 ; Samuel, 46. 
Steffe, Rev. John, 89 ; Martha, 89 ; Mary, 

89. 
Stephens, Ann, 191 ; Mary, 43 ; William, 

43 ; Sir William, 43. 
Stewart, Elizabeth, 31 ; Martin, 31. 
Stone, Anne, 171; Elizabeth, 156; Susan, 
49; William, 171; Rev. William, 156; 
Sir William, 49. 
Slonley, Catherine, 76. 
Store, Roger, 115. 
Stovell, John, 61; Mary, 61 ; Winifred, 

61. 
Strangman, Bartholomew, 174; Joan, 174; 

Mary, 174; William, 171, 174. 
Stratford, Anne, 137 ; Francis, 137, 138 ; 

Penelope Bate, 138. 
Strong, Edward, 152; Martha, 152. 
Stubbs, Hannah, 105 ; Margaret, 105 ; 

Samuel, 105. 
Stukeley, John, 186; Sarah, 186. 
Styles, Elizabeth Johanna, 190 ; John 

Stackhouse, 190. 
Surrey, Henry, Earl of, 17. 
Surtees, Maria, 54 ; Ridley, 54. 
Sutherland, Anne, 89; John, 89. 
Sutor, John, 95 ; Mary, 95 ; Susanna, 95. 
Swinscoe, Alice, 25-27 ; Christopher, 27. 



Talbot, John, 105 ; Mary, 105. 

Talcarne, Alice, 18; Edward, 18; John, 

16, 18; Margaret, 16. 
Tasburgh, John, 19; Susan, 19. 
Tate, Dame Eleanor, 21 ; Katharine, 21 ; 

Sir William, 21; Zouch, 21. 
Tayler, Elizabeth, 4; Richard, 4. 
Taylor, Alice, 131; Bridget, 144; Kiclmrd, 

144 ; Simon, 131. 
Temple, Sir Alexander, 30; Susanna, 30. 
Terrell, Bartholomew, 92; Rachel, 92. 
Tevan, John ap, 76. 
Thackeray, Anne, 59 ; Elizabeth, 9, 59 ; 

Frederick, 59; Selina Martha, 9; Ven''''= 

Thomas, 59; William Makepeace, 9. 
Thomas, Charlotte, 133 ; Jocelyn Henry 

Conner, 133; John, 119; Sarah, 119. 
Thompson, Frances, 86; Henry, 86. 
Thorndyke, Anne, 30; Frances, 30. 



Thornhill, George, 126, 127 ; Mary, 127 ; 

Sarah, 126, 127. 
Thornton, Alice, no, 116; Dame Anne, 

172; Sir Roger, 172; William, no. 
Thorpe, Anne, 52; Frances, 151; John, 

151 ; Robert, 52. 
Threader, Elizabeth, 32; Robert, 32. 
Thynne, Jane, 30; John, 30. 
Tilston, John, 4; Mary, 4. 
Tollemache, Elizabeth, 21 ; Dame Eliza- 
beth, 21 ; Lionel, Earl of Dysart, 146; 
Sir Lionel, Bt., 21; Louisa, Countess of 
Dysart, 146. 
Tollett, Anne, 150, 156. 
Tomkyns, Dorothy, 70; Thomas, 70. 
Tomlinson, Henrietta J., 58. 
Toogood, Frances, 94 ; Isaac, 100 ; 

William, 94. 
Town, Mary, 55. 

Tovvnley, Lawrence, 157; Mary, 157. 
Townsend, Joseph, 168. 
Towse, Katharine, 170; William, 170. 
Tracy, Anne, 65 ; Dorothy, Viscountess, 
65 ; Dame Ellizabeth, 17 ; Sir John, 17 ; 
Robert, 65; Robert, Viscount, 65. 
Trafford, Alice, 5 ; Elizabeth, 146 ; Mary, 

5; Sigismund, 146; Thomas, 5. 
Travers, Jane, 123. 

Treacher, Rev. Benjamin, 61 ; Sarah, 61. 
Trefrie, John, 10; Sarah, 10. 
Trentham, Catharine, 24; Thomas, 24. 
Trevor, Elizabeth, 173; Ralph, 173. 
Trollope, Elizabeth, 125 ; Henry, 125 ; 
Dame Susannah, 125 ; Sir Thomas, Bt., 
125. 
Trotter, Thomas, 176; Thomazine, 176. 
Tuckfield, Elizabeth, 65; Roger, 65. 
Tully, James, 63 ; John, 62 ; Martha, 62 ; 

Mary, 63 ; Ruth, 62. 
Turner or Tumor, Henrietta, 95; Sir John, 
Bt., 131; Martha, 177, 180; Mary, 131 ; 
Nicholas, 95; Richard, 177, iSo. 
Turton, Mary, 65; William, 65. 
Twclls, Susannah, 120; William, 1 20. 
Twelves, Godfrey, 29; Mary, 29. 
Twisden, Anne, 122; Elizabeth, 40, 122; 
Dame Margaret, 40; Sir Roger, Bt., 40; 
Thomas, 122. 
Tyler, Catharine, 184; Francis, 1S4. 
Tyrwhitt-Drake, Anne, 135; Thomas, 135. 
Tyson, Anthony, 155; Dorothy, 155. 



Vancouver, John Caspar, 134; Martha, 

134- 
Vaughan, Anne, 182; Sir William, 182. 
Vaux, Anne, 14; Nicholas, Lord, 14. 
Vavasour, Alice, 170; Frances, 82; Sir 

Henry, 170; Marmaduke, 82. 
Venables, Anne, 44 ; Elizabeth, 68 ; John, 

44. 
Venn, Henry, 106; Mary, 106. 
Verner, Elizabeth, 59 ; James, 59 ; fane, 

59- 
Verney, Lady Diana, 22 ; Sir Grevillc, 22. 



209 



Verney, Peylo-, John Peyto, Baron Wii- 
luughby de Broke, i68 ; Louisa, Lady 
Willoughby de Broke, 1 68 ; Honb'« 
Louisa, i68. 

Vernon, Elizabeth, 86 ; John, 86 ; Maria 
Sophia, 86. 

Vicars, EHzabeth, lOi ; Thomas, loi. 

Vipan, Frances Elizabeth, 92. 



Wake, Sir William, 1 18. 

Waker, Elizabeth, 99. 

Walcol, Ann, 77 ; Humphry, 77; Humphry 

Francis, 77 ; Sarah, 77. 
Waldegrave or Walgrave, Frances, 187 ; 

Dame Jemima, 187 ; Mary, 187 ; 

rhilippa, 187; Sir William, 14, 187. 
Walker, Maria, 54; Thomas, 54. 
Wall, Jane, 161 ; Martin, 156; Robert 

Martin Popham, 161 ; Sophia Elizabeth, 

156. 
Walmisley, Anne, 85 ; Edward, 85. 
Walrond, Elizabeth, 160; Maine Swete, 

160. 
Walsingham, Anne, 121-123 ; Sir Edward, 

170; Sir Francis, 123; Mary, 170, 173; 

Dame Ursula, 123. 
Wandesford, Alice, no; Christopher, no. 
Warburton, Anne, 60 ; Dame Diana, 23 ; 

Sir George, Bt., 23; John, 60. 
Ware, Catharine, 73 ; Richard, 73. 
Warter, John, 71 ; Mary, 71. 
Warton, Michael, 83; Susanna, 83. 
Washbourne, Susanna, 67 ; William, 67. 
Watkinson, Elizabeth, 142 ; Rev. Peter, 

142. 
Watson, Sarah, 78; William, 78. 
Watt, Caroline, 88; Richard, 88. 
Watts, Eleanor, 3; James, 3. 
Webb, Elizabeth, loi ; Emma, 23; Henry, 

23 ; Rev. John, loi ; Mary, 166 ; 

Richard, 166. 
Weever, Jane, in; Samuel, in. 
Weld, George, 6. 
Weldon, William H., 107. 
Wells, Winifred, 35, 38. 
Wentworth, Amelia, 87 ; Anna Maria, 87 

Anne, 82, 83 ; Elizabeth, 14, 82, 83 

Godfrey, 87 ; Godfrey Wentworth, 87 

Henry, 14; John, 82; Lora, 173; Sir 

Roger, 14, 173; Thomas, 83. 
West, IL H., 165. 
Weston, Elizabeth, 34 ; Richard, 34. 
Westwood, Anne, 97 ; John, 97 ; Mary, 

97- 
Whalley, Augusta Utica, 143 ; Catherine 

Maria, 139; Elizabeth, I43, 154, 155; 

John, 154, 155; Rev. John, 139, 143; 

Rev. Thomas, 139; Rev. Thomas 

Sedgwick, 143. 
Wheatley, Mary, 20. 
Wheler, Lucy, 2 ; Sir William, Bt., 2. 
Whetham, Anne, 181 ; Thomas, 181. 
White, Bridget, 144; Mary, 129; Thomas, 

144. 



Wicken, Rev. John, 58 ; Philadelphia, 58. 
Wickham, Anne, 135 ; Rev. William, 135. 
Wigginton, Henrietta Maria, 41 ; Thomas, 

41. 
Wigram, Anne, 3 ; Dame Anne, 3 ; Dame 

Eleanor, 3; Sir James, Bt., 3; James 

Richard, 3 ; Loftus Tottenham, 3 ; 

Sir Robert, Bt., 3. 
Wilbraham, Anne, 147 ; George, 147. 
Wilcocks, William, 115. 
Wilford, Cecily, 121 ; Sir Thomas, 121. 
Wilkinson, Sarah, 164. 
Williams, Anne, 176 ; Catherine, loi ; 

Edward, 49 ; Elinor, 102 ; Elizabeth, 

136, 178; James, 102; Sir John, 178; 

Sir John, Bt., 5; Louisa, 148; Mary, 

5, 49; Nathaniel, 136; Thomas, loi, 

176, 178; William Peere, 148. 
Williamson, John, 32 ; Sarah, 32. 
Willis, Mary, 99. 
Willoughby, Katharine, 66 ; William, 

Baron, 66. 
Willoughby de Broke, Elizabeth, Lady, 

136; John Peyto, Baron, 168; Louisa, 

Lady, 168 ; Penelope, Lady, 136 ; 

Richard, Lord, 136. 
Wilson, Rev. Andrew, in; Anne, in, 

I37> 165; Benjamin, 132; Edward, 9 ; 

Elizabeth, 9, in; John, 165; Sarah 

Frances, 132 ; Thomas, 137. 
Winford, Elizabeth, 32 ; Henry, 32 ; 

Mercy, 32; Sir Thomas Cookes, Bt., 32. 
Wingfield, Dorothy, 26 ; Elizabeth, 25 ; 

Robert, 25, 26. 
Winn, Colonel Edmund, 177 ; Katharine, 

177 ; Laititia, 177 ; Sir Rowland, 177. 
Winnington, Elizabeth, 64 ; Dame Eliza- 
beth, 64 ; Sir Francis, 64. 
Winrow, Dorothy, 158 ; William, 158. 
Withorne, Mary, 157; Robert, 157. 
Witton, Sarah, 120. 
Wolrich, Mary, 24. 
Wood, Katharine, 63. 
Woodger, Mary, 153. 
Woodruff, Rebecca, 63. 
Woodward, Albinia, 78 ; Anne, 59 ; Rev. 

George, 78; John, 59. 
Worsley, Jane, 23 ; Sir Richard, 123 ; 

Sir Robert, Bt., 23; Ursula, 123. 
Wotton, Hester, 22 ; Thomas, Lord, 22 ; 

Catharine, 22. 
Wright, John, 130; Martha, 130. 
Wyatt, Elizabeth, 129; Richard, 129. 
Wymerswold, Edward, 27 ; Magdalen, 27 ; 

William, 27. 
Wymondsell, Elkin, 64 ; Judith, 64. 
Wynch, Dorothy, 185 ; Elizabeth, 183, 

184; Frances, 184; Sir Humphry, 

183-185; Joan, 184; John, 183, 184; 

Mary, 184; Walter, 183, 184; William, 

184. 
Wyndham, Charles, 155; Elizabeth, 150, 

155 ; Sir Francis, Bt., 41 ; Maria Frances, 

155 ; Dame Henrietta Maria, 41 ; 

William, 150, 155. 



Wynn or Wynne, Eleanor, 176; Elizabeth, 
185 ; Margaret, 75, 185 ; Rhys, 75 ; 
Richard, 176; Thomas, 185. 

Wyvell or Wyvil, Sir Marmaduke, 57 ; 
Mary, 127; Thomas, 127. 



Yong or Yonge, Dame Anne, 150; 
Elizabeth, 34; Dame Mary, 150; 
Thomas, 34; Sir William, Bt., 150. 



York or Yorke, Most Rev. Edwin Sandys, 
Archbishop of, 121; Lady Margaret, 145; 
Margaret, Countess of Hardwicke, 145 ; 
Philip, Earl of Hardwicke, 145; Thomas, 
115- 



Zouch or Zouche, Sir Edward, 174; 
Eleanor, 21; Sophia, 174; William, 
Lord, 21. 



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